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U.S. National Poll: Source 2016 “U.S. Voters” Presidential Election, Trump v Clinton – U.S. Economy, Commander in Chief, Kavanaugh, USMCA, Republican v Democrat, Mid Terms, U.S. Constitutional Freedoms to the Unborn.
  Oct 09, 2018

Question #1
US Election 2016 Vote Outcome (adjusted for purposes of national baseline):
Hillary Clinton, Democrat    48 %
Donald Trump, Republican    47 %
Question #2
US Election 2016 Vote Outcome (California, Texas, Florida, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan (Strategic Calling Environment {“SCE”}) (Baseline for Survey #’s to follow):
Hillary Clinton, Democrat    51 %
Donald Trump, Republican    44 %
Question #3
Support ‘Mid Term’ (NOW) (2016 Voters: California, Texas, Florida, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan):
Donald Trump, Republican    50 %
Hillary Clinton, Democrat    41 %
Question #4
Confidence in U.S. Economy:
Yes    61 %
No    28 %
Question #5
Should large media outlets be legally mandated to present evidence to substantiate claims of sexual assault, or rape in print or broadcast news of any story relating to that criminal act – even if it means a little loss of freedom of the press?
Yes    57 %
No    37 %
Question #6
Do you support confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court?
Yes    54 %
No    38 %
Question #7
Do you have confidence in President Donald Trump as Commander in Chief – keeping America Safe from ‘enemies’?
Yes    54 %
No    34 %
Question #8
Do you support the new NAFTA Free Trade agreement known as United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (“USMCA”)?
Yes    52 %
No    41 %
Question #9
Which political party do you believe will happiest the day after Mid Term Elections are over?
Republicans    47 %
Democrats    46 %
Question #10
Which of the following response choices best reflects your view of how sexual assault victims including members of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transsexual (LGBT) community and male victims known to be sexually assaulted by Catholic Priests should be treated by the law?
The victim should be believed at all times every time    24 %
Due process of law should vigorously be applied to any sexual assault complaint    64 %
Undecided/All Other    12 %
Question #11
In your opinion should Constitutional freedoms available to all Americans be provided to unborn children?
Yes    53 %
No    24 %
Undecided/All Other    23 %
Confidence in U.S. Economy explodes to nearly 7/10 2016 Voters from largest US States (population).
Based on 2016 Vote totals – in these largest U.S. States support for U.S. President Donald Trump is up (13.6% adjusted) to one in two 2016 Voters, while Secretary Clinton’s support has dropped (19.6%) to just better than 4/10.
Nearly 6/10 2016 Voters see Trump as Commander in Chief – Keeping America Safe - -with confidence.
Nearly 6/10 want law to make news organizations support sex allegations with evidence.
Nearly 6/10 support Justice Brett Kavanaugh promotion to U.S. Supreme Court.
Nearly 6/10 support new US Mexico Canada Free Trade Agreement.
One in two 2016 Voters now supports Trump while just over 4/10 support Secretary Clinton.
BUT FOR the day to day defamation and manipulation of news by large so called independent media and broadcasting – it is my professional opinion that Donald Trump’s approval rating as compared to Hillary Clinton (2016) would be similar to other issues attracting nearly (60%) support.
I would conjecture that BUT FOR the same criticism of the news media and broadcasting and rampant recklessness - Justice Kavanaugh would be closer to 7/10. Many respondents, particularly anecdote from respondents over 50 years – Judge Kavanaugh knew exactly what he needed to do (during hearings) ”because he is a Judge” (meaning he knew the complaint has no basis legally).
This unpredicted thread of Voter logic does seem to confirm my previous poll in the Kavanaugh confirmation process – where American Voters in Arizona saw Kavanaugh’s competence to credibility estimated at 7/1 Dr. Ford’s. I continue to vigorously reject repeated claims of polling Dr. Ford support at [50%]. It is my private position that this polling hyperbole was used to pour gasoline on a very unattractive confirmation process including what may have included defamation (subversion).
Donald Trump and Republican Party is near mid (40%) in California – consistent with other RSR ROBBNS polling and surveying over this past year. Trump is competitive in California the largest State in the Union– which has increased his National numbers by (1.5%).
By comparison in California Secretary Clinton has seen a decline in support of (at least) (3%) Nationally.
What is going on in the States of Ohio (and even) New York for President Trump?
Trump support now: Ohio (61%) (1st highest), Texas (59%) (2nd highest), and California (44%) lowest.
Secretary Clinton now: New York (49%), California (47%), lowest Ohio (30%).
Confidence in Economy: Texas (71%), Florida (65%), New York (64%) (California (52%) – lowest).
Make Media Accountable for Evidence in stories: Ohio “Yes” (65%), Pennsylvania (64%) – New York (40%) lowest.
Ohio highest Kavanaugh support (61%), Texas & Pennsylvania (59%) – lowest New York (45%) (highest against New York (49%).
President Trump as Commander in Chief: Ohio highest (66%) – but wait… New York (66%), Texas (64%) – lowest California. (Confidence in Trump on economy and security nearly 2/3 New Yorkers with over 4/10 supporting President Trump (now), and just better than 1/3 believing Trump/Republicans will be happiest over Mid Terms).
Support for new NAFTA – the USMCAgreement highest Ohio (60%), Pennsylvania (56%), lowest support Texas (47%).
Political Party ‘speculated’ to be “happiest” following Mid Term Elections in the U.S. – Ohio highest Republican (54%), Florida (54%) {highest}. Lowest – New York (36%). Highest Democrat – Michigan – (56%) – New York (52%).
When conducted: (Very) Recent; - Where (Larger pop. States in U.S.); Margin of Error - Estimate (2016 Survey (not Random)= 1.5%.

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