Much has been said about presidential polls in recent weeks. One day you’ll have a poll come out that shows Bernie performing well in certain states, then a few days later a poll will come out that shows Hillary Clinton still maintaining the same lead she’s had for months. We’ve already talked about how the polls get their data and have questioned whether or not some of Bernie crowd is being heard. Since 60% or possibly much more of his support comes from people that the pollsters aren’t calling, young people without landlines and the politically disenfranchised who have yet to register as a democrat are not being heard.
ISideWith.com however has a nationwide internet poll that seems to have cracked the code as to how to get people on the internet to actually take a poll. Some pollsters use internet polling but it’s always been looked at by most people with one eyebrow raised. This one is different and as you can see with nearly a million votes for the democratic presidential nominee it has a wide range of support.
Let’s have a look at how the two top democratic candidates are fairing.
Congressional District results from over 1 million voters since Mar 2015 for the question “If the Presidential election were held today, which candidate would you vote for?”
Click on the map to view actual results from inside congressional District.
The following table shows which candidate is leading in each state. States with an “X” are close to a tie.
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