John Zogby This is the first of two parts. The next piece will examine what happened with the polls. Joe Biden has been declared the winner. The race for the White House was a close one but both the popular vote and the landslide in the Electoral College were in sync and the results are…Details
It’s the Friday after Election Day which is turning into Election Week and beyond and while we don’t know the official results of the race, it’s clear the country is still very divided, but that a Biden Presidency is looking more and more likely. We’re in the polling business, and today we’ll take a look…Details
Biden 49%, Trump 43%, Jorgensen 4%, Hawkins 2% Final John Zogby Strategies/EMI Research Solutions Poll
The nationwide poll of 1,008 likely voters was taken on Sunday, November 1, and has a margin of sampling error of +/- 3.2 percentage points.
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by Jack Brewster, Forbes
In a reversal, young white voters now support Trump but Biden still holds a significant lead overall, thanks to gains among young Black and Hispanic voters.
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Last night was a much more subdued debate and the President was well-advised to talk more about his actions and accomplishments. Vice President Biden did what he needed to do, which is not to make a headline the next day, and maintain his lead in what is still a tight race, particularly in battleground states.…Details
Let’s look at where we stand. A brand new poll by Investors Business Daily and TIPP has a 6-point race with Biden in the lead 49% to 43%. The polls have been moving around and while it does look likely that Biden will win, don’t go to your bookmaker yet. We’ll share the latest polls…Details
What a week it’s been with questions about the President’s condition and the upcoming debate. He’s been hospitalized, left the hospital, posted erratic messages online, refused to debate virtually, cancelled COVID stimulus talks, and now demanding a deal. So where does the race stand? Our numbers show Biden with a 2-3% lead while on the…Details
By John Zogby There have been three national polls since the first Presidential debate. Two polls (one for Investors Business Daily by TIPP and the other by John Zogby Strategies-EMI Research Solutions) show a 3- and 2- point lead respectively by the former VP. The other by the Wall Street Journal and NBC with a…Details
Biden Leads Trump 49%-47%; New John Zogby Strategies/EMI Research Solutions Poll Taken After President Checks Into Walter Reed
In a new poll of 1006 likely voters nationwide, former Vice-President Joe Biden holds on to a two-point lead over President Donald Trump, 49% to 47% with 4% not sure. The random sample online poll was taken on Friday beginning after 7 PM and has an overall margin-of-sampling error of +/-3.2 percentage points. Our July…Details