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Final PolitiSite Projections for Election 2016

Hillary Clinton will win presidency with 278-301 electoral votes – Republicans will lose 3 seats in the Senate but maintain a majority of 51 seats – GOP will maintain House of Representatives with 241 seats +/- 10 seats Take Part in Politisite Realtime Election Night poll in Twitter Who did you vote for #exitpolls #tcot #p2 #ElectionNight — PolitiSite (@Politisite) November 8, 2016

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Clinton tops Trump in Latest Fox News poll, RCP Average

In the latest Fox News Poll presumptive Democrat nominee, Hillary Clinton, tops presumptive Republican nominee by three percentage points.  Clinton is ahead of Trump 42-39 in a hypothetical head-to-head match-up.  According to Fox: Clinton’s edge over Trump is due to a six-point drop in support for him rather than an increase for her.  Trump was up by 45-42 percent three weeks ago (May 14-17, 2016).  Since then, he lost three […]

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Latest South Carolina Polls: Republican Primary 2016

The South Carolina Republican primary for the GOP candidate for the Presidency will take place on Saturday, February 20, 2016.  The following are Politisite Political Projection for that race.  We belive that when all the votes are counted the outcome of the race will look like this with a margin of error (MoE) of +/- 3 percentage points. 2016 South Carolina Republican Primary Projections as of February 19, 2016 Donald […]

GOP Nomination – Trump is Batman

In the three major polls since the first Republican Debate, Donald Trump is polling anywhere from 17-25 percentage points.  While Donald Trump was giving helicopter rides to children while in Iowa, he was asked, “Mr. Trump are you Batman?” Trump replied, “I am Batman.” Well that must be it right?  Only Batman could hold on to such numbers with such a large field of GOP contenders.  Trump is Batman!  So […]

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The 2016 Presidential Race: A Cheat Sheet – The Atlantic

Every candidate in the 2016 race so far is an experienced politician. That changes Monday with the addition of two new candidates with little electoral experience: neurosurgeon Ben Carson and former executive Carly Fiorina. Both chose Monday to announce their presidential campaigns, and both face an uphill battle against the GOP establishment.Carson has confirmed his run with reporters, but the big kickoff will be a rally in Detroit, his hometown, […]