Trump Closes the Gap in National Polls

Every national poll from 2016 organized into a single, up-to-date chart. As you can see, Trump and Clinton are currently polling within the margin of error.

Clinton Leads in New York

A recent poll showed that Donald Trump is at 34 percent among voters in New York, less than the 52% of likely voters who...

North Carolina Is Deadlocked

A recent poll showed that Trump is polling at 44 percent in the state of North Carolina, higher than the 41 percent of voters...

Donald Trump Will Win by 24 Points in Oklahoma

It appears that Oklahoma has already decided it's vote in this year's election. In recent polling, Trump is polling at 53 percent in the...

Hillary Clinton Dominating in Oregon

In a recent poll, Trump is polling at just 25 percent among voters in Oregon, less than the 38% of voters supporting Clinton -...

Pennsylvania: Still in Play?

In recent news, Donald Trump is polling at 39 % in Pennsylvania, less than the 44 % of people likely to vote that back...

2016 Polls By State | Map Updated Weekly

We'll update the State-level polls every week so that you can see what States are still in play in the 2016 election.

Rhode Island Polls Within Margin of Error

Based on recent polls, Donald Trump is polling at 41% in Rhode Island, less than the 44% of likely voters supporting Hillary Clinton. This...

Trump Pulling Ahead in South Carolina

In a recent poll, Donald Trump is at 50% in the state of South Carolina, higher than the 38% of likely voters that will...

Donald Trump Leads the Polls in Tennessee

According to recent polls, Trump is at 49 percent in the state of Tennessee - this gives Donald Trump a 16 point lead. With...

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