...the more they stay the same.Hillary was up 35 on our national poll last month and she's up 35 on our national poll this month- IA/NH really on their own track— PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) August 31, 2015
On the Democratic side things are pretty steady. Last month Hillary Clinton led Bernie Sanders by 35 points and this month she leads him by 35 points again- she's at 55% to 20% for Bernie Sanders, 4% for Martin O'Malley, 3% for Jim Webb, and 1% each for Lincoln Chafee and Lawrence Lessig.
Clinton is over 60% with African Americans (65/14) and 'very liberal' voters (65/26), over 50% with 'somewhat liberal' voters (59/25), women (59/18), seniors (56/19), Hispanics (54/13), and white voters (52/24), and in the 40s with men, (49/24), younger voters (48/20), and moderates (47/19).In the space of a few days last week, Hillary was up by either 34 or 7 points in Iowa depending on which poll you wanted to believe. You can guess which one the horserace-obsessed media ran with. But the truth is probably somewhere in between in that state (I'd guess a 15-20 point Hillary lead). Nationally, however, there is no doubt: Hillary leads strong and steady.
On the Republican side, Trump and Carson are dominating...with just about everyone else suffering at their expense. There's lots of other crazy and amazing stuff in this poll though.
Who are Trump's supporters? 66% think Obama is a Muslim, 61% think he was born outside US: http://t.co/uXBhAsC7tl— PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) September 1, 2015