If Hillary Clinton thought last week’s fallout from the FBI investigation into her private email server was bad, poll data for the presumptive Democrat nominee is so bad this week that one wonders what next week might hold for the Clinton campaign. Locusts, perhaps?
The latest bad news for Hillary came from a Rasmussen poll released late yesterday. It showed Donald Trump with a 44 percent to 37 percent lead over Hillary Clinton — the widest margin so far at 7 points. Other unnamed candidates, likely to be Green Party nominee Jill Stein and Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, got 13 percent of the vote.
Trump’s lead in the last weekly survey done by Rasmussen was only 42 percent to 40 percent, which was statistically insignificant when the margin of error was factored in.
This survey, which was conducted on July 12 and July 13 with 1,000 likely voters, only had a 3 percent margin of error. That’s easily less than Trump’s 7 point lead.
The Rasmussen survey was the latest blow to Hillary’s campaign from pollsters. A CBS News/New York Times poll had...Read More HERE