Big Leads for Trump and Clinton over 2016 Primary Rivals
One America News Network, “OAN”, which provides 24/7 national and international news, released Friday its most recent 2016 Republican and Democratic Presidential National Poll results conducted by Gravis Marketing.
The poll results show that GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump has a significant lead with 30.8% support among Republicans. Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush comes in second with 13.3%, trailing Trump by a margin of 17.5%. Scott Walker earned the third spot, receiving 12.5% followed by Ben Carson with 6.1%. Mike Huckabee rounds out the top five with 5.6%.
Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads with a commanding 54.9% with Bernie Sanders the only other candidate in the double digit range with 18.4%. The only other announced Democrat Presidential Candidate to achieve more than 5% is Jim Webb at 5.1%.
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The recently conducted One America News national poll results show overall unfavorable job approval sentiment for President Obama, with a split down Party lines. President Obama’s overall approval rating is 44% with his disapproval rating at 51%.
Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,535 registered voters across the U.S. regarding the presidential election. The sample includes 732 Republicans and 803 Democrats.
The polls were conducted on July 29th using interactive voice response, IVR, technology and weighted separately for each population in the question presented. The poll was conducted exclusively for One America News Network.
One America News Network offers 21 hours of live news coverage plus two one-hour political talk shows, namely The Daily Ledger and On Point with Tomi Lahren.
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