Nationals favour new conservative party online poll as polling firm’s numbers ‘tend to be wrong’
The Republican National Committee’s website appeared to show a sign in the style of a U.S. Army combat flag after an online poll suggested that Donald Trump had a comfortable lead over Hillary Clinton.
A poll of registered voters on the party’s website on Sunday suggested a margin of 2.7 points over Clinton for the Republican presidential nomination and a lead for Trump of 0.4 points, although those figures fluctuated widely and it was unclear how widely those were accurate.
The survey was taken on Wednesday morning and had the sample size of 1,013 Republicans and Republicans-leaning independents who said they were familiar with the GOP platform.
“Based on the available data, this suggests that, at this stage, the Republican base appears to favour our presidential nominee Donald Trump,” John Weaver, director of the RNC’s digital team, said in a statement released early Wednesday afternoon.
“After a strong start to this campaign, the support we have garnered is continuing to grow – and our momentum looks to be growing stronger every day,” Weaver added.
Trump won the support of 5.7 percent of Republicans, an increase from 4.1 percent who backed his rival, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, while former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who was the first major Republican contender to formally announce he was running for president, collected 5.8 percent support, and Wisconsin Gov바카라사이트. Scott Walker took in 5.8 percent.
It also found that Trump has consistently carried more Republican voters than Sanders, who is running in a contest against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
As to Clinton’s chances against a Democratic opponent, she had an even better showing compared to that of Sanders, picking up 2 percent of voters – well ahead of the 9 percent who backed Sanders in the first place. That represented an increase of 0.8 points over the previous poll.
One poll put Clinton in a dead heat with Sanders 더킹카지노over the former Secretary of State, although only 40 percent of those polled supported Clinton over Sanders, according to the Morning Consult survey. Among Republicans, 52 percent backed Clinton, 45 percent backed Sanders.
Trump was expected to sweep the remaining primary contests on Super Tuesday, where nearly all of the primaries are held in the early voting period.
A Quinnipiac poll released Thursday showed Clinton was up 4 percentage points over우리카지노 Sanders in the RealClearPolitics average of polls, while Sanders was up 0.7 percentage points. Another pol