Friday, September 2, 2016

Trump has 6 point lead over Hillary, 47-41, in Missouri PPP poll, August 26-27, 2016, 1055 likely voters. Though a small sample size, Hispanic voters in Missouri prefer Trump to Hillary 32-26%


Above, Missouri Hispanic voters prefer Trump, PPP chart, page 10

Total Missouri voters

Trump 47
Hillary 41
(No other candidates listed in poll)

Independent voters, p. 9
Trump 42
Hillary 35

August 26-27, 2016, 1055 likely Missouri voters, 34D, 35R, 30 Ind., 47 Male, 53 Female. White 82, Hispanic 2, Black 12, other 4 (p. 2). Telephone and internet.

9/1/16, "Missouri Survey Results," Public Policy Polling

9/1/16, "PPP Poll: Trump's lead in Missouri grows,", Eric Sykes, St. Louis, Mo.

"With less than 100 days before the election, a new poll shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton in Missouri by six points. According to the poll taken by Public Policy Polling, Trump gets 47% to 41% for Hillary Clinton.

The Real Clear Politics poll average puts Trump ahead of Clinton by three points."

9/1/16, "Poll shows Donald Trump widening lead in Missouri," KMBC, Micheal Mahoney, Kansas City, Missouri

"A new poll shows Donald Trump expanding his lead in Missouri, but incumbent Republican Sen. Roy Blunt continues to be in a close race for re-election.

Public Policy Polling, a firm that does a lot of work for Democratic candidates, said its poll shows Trump with a 6-point lead over Hillary Clinton in Missouri.

The survey of 1,055 likely voters has Trump leading 47 percent to 41 percent, with 11 percent undecided. Two other recent polls had Clinton within one point of Trump in Missouri.

The website Real Clear Politics rates Missouri a toss-up, even though a Democrat hasn’t carried the state in 20 years.

The poll also shows Blunt with a 4-point lead over Democratic Secretary of State Jason Kander with 10 percent still undecided.

The survey also asked voters whether the minimum wage should be raised. It’s $7.65 in Missouri, slightly higher than the federal minimum wage of $7.25. The poll found that 57 percent of those surveyed favor a gradual increase in the minimum wage that would take it from $10 per hour to $15 per hour.

Kander supports raising the minimum wage. Blunt opposes the idea. The next Senate is likely to vote on the minimum wage.

When pollsters factor in that issue, the Senate race numbers flip to show Kander with a slight lead.

The Trump campaign is turning its attention to Missouri. Trump running mate Mike Pence is scheduled to be in Springfield next week."


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