Posted Jun 10, 2015 at 5:24 PM by Maurice Berger
Here is PollTrack's 10 June 2015 ranking of announced and presumptive candidates, from most to least likely to prevail:
1. Scott Walker
2. Jeb Bush
3. Marco Rubio
4. Rand Paul
5. John Kasich
6. Mike Huckabee
7. George Pataki
8. Ted Cruz
9. Rick Santorum
10. Lindsey Graham
11. Carly Fiorina
12. Ben Carson
13. Chris Christie
14. Donald Trump
15. Rick Perry
Posted May 03, 2015 at 10:13 AM by Maurice Berger
As more reliable polling pours in this summer for the primary races for President and US Senate, PollTrack will begin it's coverage of Election 2016. Stay tuned for updates.
Posted Jan 20, 2014 at 9:02 AM by Maurice Berger
While a new poll by NBC News/Maristl reports that nearly seven in 10 Americans say the George Washington Bridge scandal engulfing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration hasn't changed their opinion of him, he has lost considerable ground to Hillary Clinton in an early hypothetical presidential match up. He now trails Clinton by a -13%, 50% to 37% among nationwide voters.
Posted Dec 12, 2011 at 1:09 AM by Maurice Berger
PollTrack has made changes to both the "Today" and "Election Day" presidential maps that reflect somewhat improving numbers for President Obama in several key battleground states--numbers helped by the muddled and uncertain GOP field. In "Today's Map," the president has pulled even with the GOP in terms of relative electoral strength across the 50 states and DC. Similarly, "Election Day's Map" shows the president in a near tie with a generic GOP candidate, with more than 80-electoral votes projected to be too-close-too-call on Election Day 2012.