New NBC poll: Democrats hold very clear advantage

The results of a new national poll, conducted by NBC, were released on March 9. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. Of those who answered the question, 51.0% said that they intend to vote for the Democrats, while 38.0% declared that they would give their vote to the Republicans. This poll was conducted via phone from March 3 to March 6, among a random sample of 1200 registered voters. Estimated have a +/-13.0 percentage points margin of error.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 57.3% for the democrat Hillary Clinton and 42.7% for the republican Donald Trump. The democrats did worse by 3.1 percentage points in comparison to the average results of the other polls. The poll results for the Democrats are therefore 4.9 percentage points above the combined PollyVote, which at the moment predicts a value of 52.4%.

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Ipsos poll: Democrats hold clear advantage

Ipsos released the results of a new national poll. The results reveal that 44.0% of participants plan to vote for the Democrats, whereas 36.0% said they would vote for Republican party. This poll was conducted from January 30 to February 3, among a random sample of 1434 participants. The sampling error is +/-8.0 percentage points.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields values of 55.0% for the Democrats and 45.0% for the Republicans. The democrats did worse by 2.1 percentage points in comparison to the average results of the other polls. The poll numbers for the Democrats are therefore 4.7 percentage points above the combined PollyVote, which currently predicts a two-party vote share of 50.3%.

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Monmouth poll: Republicans are behind

Monmouth disclosed the results of a new national poll. In this poll, respondents were asked for whom they would likely vote if Hillary Clinton were the Democratic Party's candidate and Donald Trump were the Republican Party's candidate. Of those who answered the question, 48.0% revealed that they would vote for Clinton, whereas 38.0% indicated that they would give their vote to Trump. The poll was in the field between March 17 and March 20. The sample size was 848 participants. The sampling error is +/-3.4 points.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 55.8% for the Democrats and 44.2% for the Republicans. In comparison, the PollyVote right now expects the Democrats to garner 53.0% of the two-party vote, which is 2.8 percentage points lower than their polling figures.

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New Bloomberg poll shows Democrats in the lead

The results of a new national poll, sponsored Bloomberg, were published on March 23. In the survey participants were asked, whether they would vote for democrat Hillary Clinton or republican Donald Trump, assuming that these two candidates would win the primaries. The results show that 54.0% of participants would vote for Clinton, while 36.0% said they would vote for the republican Trump. The phonepoll was conducted from March 19 to March 22 with 815 likely voters. Figures have a +/-3.4 percentage points margin of error.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 60.0% for Clinton and 40.0% for the republican Trump. The vote share for the democrats is 4.1 percentage points under the average results of other polls. The poll results for the Democrats are therefore 7.0 percentage points higher than the combined PollyVote, which as of now expects a two-party vote share of 53.0%.

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New FOX poll shows Republicans behind

Results of a new national poll conducted by FOX on behalf of FOX News were published on March 23. The poll asked respondents for whom they would likely vote if the Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton and the Republican Party nominated Donald Trump. The results show that 49.0% of interviewees are going to vote for Clinton, whereas 38.0% said they would vote for Trump. The survey was carried out via phone from March 20 to March 22 among 1016 registered voters. The error margin is +/-3.0 percentage points.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields values of 56.3% for the Democrats and 43.7% for the Republicans. The polling results for the Democrats are therefore 3.3 percentage points above the combined PollyVote, which at the moment foresees a value of 53.0%.

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Lead for Democrats in new CNN poll

CNN disclosed the results of a new national poll on March 21. The results reveal that 53.0% of respondents intend to vote for the Democrats, while 41.0% said they would vote for the Republicans. The poll was conducted from March 17 to March 20 among 925 participants. Results have a +/-3.0 percentage points error margin.

Converting these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 56.4% for the Democrats and 43.6% for the Republicans. The polling results for the Democrats are therefore 3.8 percentage points above the combined PollyVote, which as of now predicts a two-party vote share of 52.6%.

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CBS News poll: Republicans are trailing

On March 21, CBS News distributed the results of a new national poll. 50.0% of respondents said that they intend to vote for the Democratic party, whereas 40.0% indicated that they would give their vote to the Republican party. This poll was conducted from March 17 to March 20, among a random sample of 1058 participants. The error margin is +/-4.0 points.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 55.6% for the Democrats and 44.4% for the Republicans. In comparison, the PollyVote right now predicts the Democrats to win 52.6% of the two-party vote, which is 3.0 percentage points below their polling results.

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Morning Consult: Republicans are behind

On March 18, Morning Consult released the results of a new national poll conducted on behalf of Reuters. According to the results, 45.0% of participants intend to vote for the Democratic party, while 37.0% intend to vote for the Republican Party. The Internet poll was conducted from March 16 to March 18 with 2011 registered voters.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields values of 54.9% for the Democrats and 45.1% for the Republicans. In comparison, the PollyVote right now forecasts the Democrats to garner 52.6% of the two-party vote, which is 2.3 percentage points lower than their polling results.

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Clear lead for Democrats in Ipsos poll

Results of a new national poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Reuters were distributed on March 17. The poll asked respondents for whom they would likely vote if the Democratic Party nominated Hillary Clinton and the Republican Party nominated Donald Trump. According to the results, 42.0% of participants are going to vote for Clinton, while 37.0% are going to vote for Trump. This poll was conducted via Internet from March 12 to March 16, among a random sample of 1437 registered voters.

Translating these results into two-party vote shares yields figures of 53.2% for the Democrats and 46.8% for the Republicans. The polling numbers for the Democrats are thus 0.7 percentage points higher than the combined PollyVote, which as of now forecasts a two-party vote share of 52.5%.

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