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Wed Dec 23, 2015, 09:49 PM

(Updated 12/23) Latest Democratic nomination poll results - courtesy of RealClearPolitics.com

Wednesday, 12/23

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (CNN/ORC) Clinton 50, Sanders 34, O'Malley 3
Clinton +16

Tuesday, 12/22

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (Quinnipiac) Clinton 61, Sanders 30, O'Malley 2
Clinton +31

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (Rasmussen Reports) Clinton 46, Sanders 30, O'Malley 7
Clinton +16

Monday, 12/21


(No new Democratic primary polls)

Sunday, 12/20


Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (CBS News/YouGov) Clinton 50, Sanders 45, O'Malley 4
Clinton +5

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (CBS News/YouGov) Sanders 56, Clinton 42, O'Malley 1
Sanders +14

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (CBS News/YouGov) Clinton 67, Sanders 31, O'Malley 2
Clinton +36

Saturday, December 19


(No new Democratic primary polls)

Friday, December 18

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (FOX News) Clinton 56, Sanders 34, O'Malley 2
Clinton +22

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (ABC /Wash Post) Clinton 59, Sanders 28, O'Malley 5
Clinton +31

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (Boston Herald) Sanders 48, Clinton 46, O'Malley 2
Sanders +2

Thursday, December 17

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Wednesday, 12/16/15


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (Monmouth) Clinton 59, Sanders 26, O'Malley 4
Clinton +33

Tuesday, December 15


Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Loras College) Clinton 59, Sanders 27, O'Malley 4
Clinton +32

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (PPP) Clinton 52, Sanders 34, O'Malley 7
Clinton +18

Monday, December 14

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (NBC/WSJ) Clinton 56, Sanders 37, O'Malley 4
Clinton +19

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (DMR/Bloomberg) Clinton 48, Sanders 39, O'Malley 4
Clinton +9

Sunday, December 13

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (FOX News) Clinton 50, Sanders 36, O'Malley 5
Clinton +14

Saturday, December 12

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Friday, December 11

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Thursday, 12/10


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (CBS/NYTimes) Clinton 52, Sanders 32, O'Malley 2
Clinton +20

Wednesday, 12/9/15:

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (CNN/WMUR) Sanders 50, Clinton 40, O'Malley 1
Sanders +10

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Reply (Updated 12/23) Latest Democratic nomination poll results - courtesy of RealClearPolitics.com (Original post)
CajunBlazer Dec 2015 OP
Rosa Luxemburg Dec 2015 #1
CajunBlazer Dec 2015 #4
Thinkingabout Dec 2015 #2
bowens43 Dec 2015 #3
CajunBlazer Dec 2015 #5

Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Wed Dec 23, 2015, 09:51 PM

1. Polls don't mean anything

it's turnout that you have to be afraid of

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Response to Rosa Luxemburg (Reply #1)

Wed Dec 23, 2015, 10:39 PM

4. Nope, most of these polls include only people who intend to vote

Actual results in the future may be affected by events between now and when folks actually vote or even by the weather the day of the vote. No poll can predict the affect of unpredictable events, but within their margin of error these polls should accurately predict what would occur if the elections were held today.

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Wed Dec 23, 2015, 10:12 PM

2. Hillary is still holding strong, her campaign is working hard, the grass roots are busy in the early

states, we have our eye on the big picture and not slowing down.

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Wed Dec 23, 2015, 10:21 PM

3. hillary clearly in the lead

 

CBS/NYT Poll January 912, 2008 Hillary Clinton 42%, Barack Obama 27%
ABC/Washington Post January 912, 2008 Hillary Clinton 42%, Barack Obama 37%
CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll January 910, 2008 Hillary Clinton 49%, Barack Obama 36%
Rasmussen Reports Poll December 1720, 2007 Hillary Clinton 39%
CBS News/New York Times January 31 February 2, 2008 Hillary Clinton 41%, Barack Obama 41%, undecided 14% *
USA Today/Gallup January 30 February 2, 2008 Hillary Clinton 45%, Barack Obama 44% *
ABC/Washington Post January 30 February 1, 2008 Hillary Clinton 47%, Barack Obama 43%
USA Today/Gallup Poll January 2527, 2008 Hillary Clinton 44%, Barack Obama 33%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal January 2022, 2008 Hillary Clinton 47%, Barack Obama 32%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg January 1822, 2008 Hillary Clinton 42%, Barack Obama 33%
Diageo/Hotline Poll January 1012, 2008 Hillary Clinton 38%, Barack Obama 35%
CBS/NYT Poll January 912, 2008 Hillary Clinton 42%, Barack Obama 27%
ABC/Washington Post January 912, 2008 Hillary Clinton 42%, Barack Obama 37%
CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll January 910, 2008 Hillary Clinton 49%, Barack Obama 36%
USA Today/Gallup Poll January 46, 2008 Hillary Clinton 33%, Barack Obama 33%
Rasmussen Reports January 36, 2008 Hillary Clinton 33%, Barack Obama 29%
Rasmussen Reports Poll December 1720, 2007 Hillary Clinton 39%, Barack Obama 27%
Reuters/Zogby/American Research Group December 1214, 2007 Hillary Clinton 40%
Diageo/Hotline Poll December 1014, 2007 Hillary Clinton 35%, Barack Obama 30%
Rasmussen Reports Poll December 912, 2007 Hillary Clinton 36%, Barack Obama 28%
CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll December 69, 2007 Hillary Clinton 40%, Barack Obama 30%
Rasmussen Reports Poll December 69, 2007 Hillary Clinton 38%, Barack Obama 27%
Rasmussen Reports Poll December 36, 2007 Hillary Clinton 33%, Barack Obama 26%
Rasmussen Reports Poll Nov 30 Dec 3, 2007 Hillary Clinton 37%, Barack Obama 24%
USA Today/Gallup Poll Nov 30 Dec 2, 2007 Hillary Clinton 39%, Barack Obama 24%
Rasmussen Reports Poll Nov 30 Dec 3, 2007 Hillary Clinton 37%, Barack Obama 24%
USA Today/Gallup Poll Nov 30 Dec 2, 2007 Hillary Clinton 39%, Barack Obama 24%
Rasmussen Reports Poll Nov 1619, 2007 Hillary Clinton 42%, Barack Obama 23%
Reuters/Zogby/American Research Group Poll Nov 1417, 2007, Hillary Clinton 38%, Barack Obama 27%
CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll Nov 24, 2007 Hillary Clinton 44%, Barack Obama 25%
Newsweek Oct 31 Nov 1, 2007 Hillary Clinton 43%, Barack Obama 24%
Reuters/Zogby/American Research Group Oct 2427, 2007 Hillary Clinton 38%, Barack Obama 24%
CBS News Oct 26, 2007 Hillary Clinton 45%, Barack Obama 16%


oh wait a minute......

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Response to bowens43 (Reply #3)

Thu Dec 24, 2015, 01:21 AM

5. In case you have noticed - Bernie Sanders is not Barack Obama

But I would think you would have noticed that already.

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