National: Too close to call by PPD

National presidential race:
The People’s Pundit Daily U.S. Presidential Election Daily Tracking Poll began on July 3, 2016 and will run until the presidential election in November. The survey results are weighted based on demographics from the U.S. Census Current Population Survey and a likely voter model. More details below polling table.
 
President:
Donald Trump: 42.1%
Hillary Clinton: 41.3%
Gary Johnson: 10.1%

FL: Too close to call by Mason-Dixon

Florida presidential race:
It`s a D+3 poll after D+2 in 2012 will be D+1 or tied this year
 
The race in Florida clearly divides along the traditional demographic lines. Clinton leads among Democrats (83%-7%), women (51-37%), blacks (91%-5%), Hispanics (63%-27%) and in Southeast Florida (56%-31%).
Trump is ahead with Republicans (78%-10%), unaffiliated voters (44%-30%), men (47%-36%) and non-Hispanic whites (54%-29%). Trump has very strong support in North Florida (52%-33%) and Southwest Florida (52%-35%).
The battleground once again is in the I-4 corridor. The race in that area is essentially tied, with Clinton leading 44%-40% in the Tampa Bay region and Trump leading 46%-42% in Central Florida.
 
President:
Hillary Clinton: 44%
Donald Trump: 42%
Gary Johnson: 06%

MI: Hillary Clinton has a modest lead by Suffolk

Michigan presidential race:
Barack H. Obama job approval: 44.8/45.8
Donald Trump favorablity: 33.4/55.2
Hillary Clinton favorability: 34.4/57.2
Independents breaking for Trump by 18 %
61 % say country is on wrong track
Clinton down 35 % on issue of Trustworthy.
Trump down by 18 % on that
Trump getting 10 % of Minority vote
 
President:
Hillary Clinton: 43.6%
Donald Trump: 37.2%
Gary Johnson: 05.4%

National: Too close to call by LAT

National presidential race:
The 2016 USC Dornsife / LA Times Presidential Election Poll represents a pioneering approach to tracking changes in Americans’ opinions throughout a campaign for the White House. Around 3000 respondents in our representative panel are asked questions on a regular basis on what they care about most in the election, and on their attitudes toward their preferred candidates. The “Daybreak poll” is updated just after midnight every day of the week!
 
President:
Donald Trump: 44.3%
Hillary Clinton: 43.6%
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National: Too close to call by PPD

National presidential race:
The People’s Pundit Daily U.S. Presidential Election Daily Tracking Poll began on July 3, 2016 and will run until the presidential election in November. The survey results are weighted based on demographics from the U.S. Census Current Population Survey and a likely voter model. More details below polling table.
 
President:
Donald Trump: 42.3%
Hillary Clinton: 40.8%
Gary Johnson: 09.5%

National: Hillary Clinton has a modest lead by Rasmussen

National presidential race:
Clinton has 79% of the Democratic vote, while 76% of Republicans support Trump. The GOP nominee continues to hold a small lead among voters not affiliated with either major political party. Johnson draws nearly equally from both major parties and earns 20% of the unaffiliated vote.
 
President:
Hillary Clinton: 42%
Donald Trump: 38%
Gary Johnson: 09%
Jill Stein: 02%
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National: Hillary Clinton has a solid lead by Quinnipiac

National presidential race:
–Quinnipiac finds that 90% of the electorate is locked in and only 09% is open to changing their minds.
 
–62% think that Clinton will win, only 28% think Trump will win
 
–Obama approval 54/44 and 70% of millennials approve of him, so he needs to talk to the younger voters a lot about Clinton
 
–Clinton approval 44/47, Trump approval 35/53. Clinton’s strong disapprove at 33%, Trump’s at 39%
 
–Clinton’s honesty numbers are terrible (29/66)
 
–Trump’s experience numbers are terrible (32/65) while Clinton’s are great (71/29)
 
–Clinton leads on the cares about the little guy question (51/47). Trump is at 41/57
 
–Only 25% of voters think Trump is level-headed
 
–Most important factors in picking a president are leadership skills (25%) and cares about the little guy (21%). Honesty is 3rd (17%)
 
–59% think Trump appeals to bigots
 
President:
Hillary Clinton – 45%
Donald Trump – 38%
Gary Johnson – 10%