Yesterday, I speculated that Hillary’s Alt-Right speech was either a dud or had backfired. Some more recent polls have come out since then:
Earlier this month, Hillary was +13 in a 4-way race and +15 in a head-to-head match up in Wisconsin. The cucks were chortling in unison that the race was over. Stick a fork in Trump.
In a second poll released this afternoon, Hillary’s bounce has completely evaporated in Wisconsin and the race has returned to where it was in July. These two polls singlehandedly took Wisconsin off Hillary’s RCP map and put it back into the toss up category. She’s back under 270 in the RCP average of electoral votes.
Emerson – Trump +2 in North Carolina
When I left Alabama a few weeks ago, the NBC poll had Hillary +9 in North Carolina. The cucks were also citing that NBC poll as the definitive proof the race was over. CNN had Hillary +1 in North Carolina the other day.
Monmouth – Hillary +8 in Pennsylvania.
Even this terrible poll for Trump shows an ongoing trend in his direction. The NBC poll had Hillary +11 when I left Alabama. Emerson had Hillary +3 two days ago. Of all the polls, Monmouth has been one of the most pro-Hillary polls.
Trump has swung back into the lead after temporarily losing the lead to Hillary.
The LA Times poll has been bouncing back and forth lately with Trump and Hillary exchanging the lead, but the poll now shows her taking a significant dip.
This poll shows a huge shift in the race from just a week ago.
Economist/YouGov – Hillary +5
Trump loses a point. This is the only poll that has even slightly moved in Hillary’s direction and is probably just noise.
The ABC News poll shows Hillary has closed the unfavorability gap with registered voters and is now as unpopular as Trump. She has even gone underwater with women. She might even be more unpopular with likely voters since registered voters are more Democratic.
We’re now almost a week out from Hillary’s Alt-Right speech. If it was going to have any impact, we would have seen it by now. It clearly wasn’t a “kill shot” and didn’t have the intended effect. Instead, Hillary has continued to slide in the polls, which suggests that swing voters saw it as a dishonest ploy to distract the news cycle from her exploding scandals and may have even penalized her for smearing Trump.
Update: More polls have come out.
Gravis: Trump +4 in Arizona.
Reuters/Ipsos: Hillary +1 (2 way)
Reuters/Ipsos: Hillary +2 (4 way)
More clear evidence of a trend toward Trump.
FOX News: Hillary +6 (2 way)
FOX News: Hillary +2 (4 way)
The last FOX News poll from August 2 had Hillary +10. The Reuters and FOX polls have pushed Hillary down to +4.6 (2 way) and +4.1 in the RCP average. This is the first time in weeks she has been below 5 points in both averages.
Note: According to the FOX News poll, Trump only has 74% of Republicans behind him. If those voters start to come home, which already seems to be the case, he has plenty of room to grow.