Comment from a cyber friend: The Establishment LIE that we must stop talking about immigration has been blown out of the water. Hispanics like Trump far more than most folks.
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With polled Hispanics, Presidential Candidate Trump received 31.4%, higher than his overall performance of 27.7%. The only other Presidential Candidate to receive double digit support by Hispanics is Scott Walker with 11.4%.
Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads with 55.4%, a 37.1% lead over Bernie Sander’s 18.3%. Clinton and Sanders are the only two candidates receiving double digit results. Coming in third and fourth are Senator Elizabeth Warren and Vice President Joe Biden. Ironically, neither have announced their candidacy. Warren has firmly stated that she will not be a 2016 Presidential Candidate.
The recently conducted One America News national poll also shows a heavily divided country when it comes to the job approval rating of President Obama. Democrats give President Obama a 73.5% approval rating whereas only 9.4% of Republicans approve of the President’s performance. The overall approval rating of President Obama stands at 42%.
According to Robert Herring, Sr., CEO of One America News Network, “The strong showing by Donald Trump can’t be ignored. Trump is clearly resonating with voters and, at least in Nevada, his 20 percent lead over Jeb Bush is commanding. Scott Walker, Ben Carson and Marco Rubio continue to poll well, yet it’s still early in the campaign process with over 20% of the Republicans polled still undecided. Bernie Sanders continues to poll in the double digits and possesses the closest threat to the Clinton campaign. One America News is pleased to provide our viewers with on-going up-to-date poll results and we have more upcoming state and national polling underway utilizing the polling firm Gravis Marketing.”
Doug Kaplan of Gravis Marketing states, “We see a significant change in Nevada from the last poll we conducted. Trump is taking the oxygen out of the room. He is taking votes from Bush and Cruz. Hillary is still over 50% and cruising to the nomination.”
Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm headquartered in Florida, conducted the polling. The random survey of 1,276 registered voters in Nevada was conducted during July 12 and 13th. The sample includes 623 Republican Primary participants, 416 Democratic Primary participants, and 237 planning to vote in 2016, but will not participate in the primary elections. The overall poll has a margin of error of ± 3% with 4% for Republican Primary and 5% for Democratic Primary. The total may not add up to 100% because of rounding. The polls were conducted using interactive voice response, IVR, technology and weighted separately for each population in the question presented. Gravis Marketing is the recipient of the 2013 American Association of Political Consultants award for 2012 Presidential Primary domestic and international phone calls.
One America News Network has been providing extensive coverage of the 2016 Presidential campaign, including numerous exclusive one-on-one interviews with the leading candidates. One America News Network will be releasing on-going 2016 Presidential polling results, including national Presidential polling results at the end of July. Complete poll results are available at http://www.oann.com/pollnevada