Home     Xml Feed    Submit Articles     Editor Login
More4you Article Directory
  RSS Feeds   Add us to favorites
  Make us your home page
You want more tips, training and tutorials... everything you need to make your web site and business a success?

You get that and much more with the More4you Blogletter!

Subscribe today for free!

First name:

Email address:


Sponsors
  • Cash in on the multi billion dollar domain name industry!
  • sponsor WebSite.ws
  • Earn an Instant Income, Track, Cloak And List Build 100% on Autopilot!
  • sponsor ViralURL.com
  • Get FREE Instant Access To A Brand New, Rebrandable Product Each & Every Month To Build A List & Profit!
  • sponsor ViralPLR.com
  • An All-in-One Email Solution For Internet Professionals!
  • sponsor ViralinBox.com
  • The Web Host Top Internet Marketers Choose...
  • sponsor WebHostingSecret.com
    Categories
    Advertising
    Advice
    Affiliate Programs
    Auto & Trucks
    Awards
    Blogs
    Book Reviews
    Business
    Careers
    Communication
    Computers
    Copywriting
    CSS
    Dating
    Direct Mail
    Domain Names
    EBooks
    ECommerce
    Education
    Email
    Entertainment
    Environment
    Family
    Finance
    Fitness
    Food & Drink
    Free
    Gadgets & Gizmos
    Gambling
    Gardening
    Government
    Health
    Hobbies
    Home Accessories
    Home Business
    Home Repair
    HTML
    Humor
    Insurance
    Internet
    Investment
    Kids & Teens
    Law
    Link Popularity
    Malware
    Management
    Marketing
    Marriage
    Men`s Issues
    Metaphysical
    MLM
    Motivational
    Movies
    Multimedia
    Music
    Newsletters
    Non-Profit
    Off-Line Promotion
    Online Business
    Online Promotion
    Other
    Outdoors
    Parenting
    Pets & Animals
    Politics
    Press Releases
    Product Reviews
    Psychology
    Publishing
    Real Estate
    Recreation
    Relationships
    Religion & Faith
    RSS
    Sales
    Scams
    Science
    SE Optimization
    SE Positioning
    SE Tactics
    Security
    Self Help
    Sexuality
    Site Security
    Social Issues
    Spam
    Spirituality
    Sports
    Technology
    Traffic Analysis
    Travel
    Viral Marketing
    Web Design
    Web Hosting
    Webmasters
    Weight Loss
    Women`s Issues
    Writing


    Trump Closes In On Clinton's Projected Electoral Lead: ReutersIpsos Poll
    Author: Tammy Puglisi
    Website: http://manhhongcnc.com/danh-muc-san-pham/phu-kien-may-cnc_36.html
    Added: Sat, 05 Nov 2016 00:14:04 +0000
    Category: Free
    Printable version | Email | Bookmark

    Republican Donald Trump appears to have carved out a wider path to the White House as a number of states including Florida and Ohio are no longer considered likely wins for Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project released on Saturday.

    The project, which combines opinion polls with an analysis of voting patterns under different election scenarios, still shows Clinton would have the best chance of winning the presidency if the Nov. 8 election were held today. Yet Trump has caught up to her level of support in several states.

    Clinton now has an 83 percent chance of winning the election by an average of 47 votes in the Electoral College, the body that ultimately selects the president. In late August, the States of the Nation estimated that Clinton had a 95 percent chance of winning by an average of 108 electoral votes.

    Over the past few weeks, Clinton's lead in the national polls has slipped considerably. Polls tend to narrow as Election Day nears, and the Clinton campaign has struggled to overcome controversy about how she handled classified information while serving as secretary of state.

    A separate Reuters/Ipsos poll of likely voters showed an 8-point lead for Clinton has vanished since the last week of August.

    Clinton is still favored to win 17 states, including many with large, urban populations such as New York, New Jersey and California that heavily influence the outcome of the election. Trump would likely win 23 states, many of them with smaller populations.

    The number of states projected for Clinton has dropped over the past few weeks. Two of those states, Ohio and Florida, were considered likely wins for Clinton in late August. Now the candidates are about even in support. Five more states, including Michigan and North Carolina are also up for grabs.

    The sample size was insufficient to determine the outcome in Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska and the District of Columbia, though Alaska usually votes Republican and Washington D.C. for the Democratic Party candidate.

    The Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project is driven by an online survey that gathers responses from about 15,000 people per week. Their responses are weighted according to the latest population estimates, and each respondent is ranked according to their likelihood to vote.

    Once the poll is complete, the project tallies the levels of support and estimated error for both candidates, and then runs multiple election simulations given their respective support.

    (Click here: here for the projects interactive tool that allows users to set turnout targets for various voter groups.)



    (Editing by Richard Valdmanis and Grant McCool)

    View all Tammy Puglisi's articles


    About the Author:
    linh ki_n cnc

    If yοᥙ аԁοгᥱԁ tɦіѕ aгtісlе ɑnd үoս aⅼѕօ աοulⅾ ⅼікᥱ tߋ асԛuіге mоrе іnfⲟ rеlɑting tⲟ linh ph_ ki_n cnc рlᥱаѕе ᴠіsit thе ԝеb-pɑǥе.

    More Free articles


    :- Articles Search

    Click to search for articles!

    :- Recent Articles
    Sexual Assault Attorney in Flint Michigan to Help Eve Teased Women
    What is SmPC? summary of product characteristics, Pharmaceutical, EMA
    what is individual case safety report?, ICSR, pharmacovigilance PV
    What is Active Substance Master File, Certificate of Suitability, ASMF, EDMF, CEP
    How you can use the cellulose and fiberglass insulation blowers for your house?
    What is Product Information File PIF, CPSR, cosmetic products, Europe
    What is DHF? Design History File, medical device, USFDA
    What is PADER? Periodic Adverse Drug Experience Report, US FDA
    What Is A DUNS Number? Data Universal Numbering System DUNS, US FDA
    What are purple and orange books? biological products, Generic Drugs, USFDA

    :- Top Resources


    Copyright 2000- Add2it.com Marketing Pty Ltd. All Rights Reserved.


    Powered by ArticleDirectoryPro