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RSR ROBBINS most accurate pollster in the World: Hillary Clinton versus: Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren.
Hold your head up (woman) Argent  Oct 31, 2015

Question #1
Which one of the following political definition/labels best describes today? (Label outcomes provided to 100% net of Undecided).
Democrat    20.63 %
Liberal    21.86 %
Independent    14.38 %
Republican    24.38 %
Conservative    20.63 %
Undecided/Unsure/Can't Answer    11.21 %
Question #2
We will offer you two political leaders as response choices. They will be given a description as to who they are as some may be better known than others. Where any bias may be inherent with this description it is not intended to help or hurt the outcome(s) for any political leader involved. Which political leader do you prefer? Hillary Clinton (former Secretary of State Democratic Party) or Donald Trump (businessman Republican).
Hillary Clinton    53 %
Donald Trump    42 %
Undecided    5 %
Question #3
We will offer you two political leaders as response choices. They will be given a description as to who they are as some may be better known than others. Where any bias may be inherent with this description it is not intended to help or hurt the outcome(s) for any political leader involved. Which political leader do you prefer?
Hillary Clinton (former Secretary of State Democratic Party)    52 %
Jeb Bush (former Governor of Florida Republican)    41 %
Undecided    7 %
Question #4
We will offer you two political leaders as response choices. They will be given a description as to who they are as some may be better known than others. Where any bias may be inherent with this description it is not intended to help or hurt the outcome(s) for any political leader involved. Which political leader do you prefer?
Hillary Clinton    56 %
Bernie Sanders- (JR. Senator Vermont)    37 %
Undecided    7 %
Question #5
We will offer you two political leaders as response choices. They will be given a description as to who they are as some may be better known than others. Where any bias may be inherent with this description it is not intended to help or hurt the outcome(s) for any political leader involved. Which political leader do you prefer?
Hillary Clinton    48 %
Elizabeth Warren- (Liberal Senior Senator from Massachusetts-Democrat)    43 %
Undecided    10 %
Question #6
We will offer you two political leaders as response choices. They will be given a description as to who they are as some may be better known than others. Where any bias may be inherent with this description it is not intended to help or hurt the outcome(s) for any political leader involved. Which political leader do you prefer?
Hillary Clinton    49 %
Marco Rubio-(JR. Senator from Florida- Republican)    37 %
Undecided    13 %
Commentary
Question #1- The Liberal and Democrat brands attract support of (37%) of respondents. Independent attracts (10%) and Conservative and Republican brands attract (40.%). The political labels attached to leader response choices are provided as follows: (a) in questions involving Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren only, Democrat, Liberal, Independent and Undecided are used. In questions involving Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, and Marco Rubio Democrat, Liberal, Independent, Conservative, Republican and Undecided are used .
Question #2-Hillary Clinton is described as former Secretary of State and Democrat label the latter possessing an (18%) support label. Donald Trump is described as a businessman and Republican label the latter possessing a (21.5%) support label. Hillary Clinton has an (11%) lead (actual) over Donald Trump and (11.5%) lead (decided).
Question #3-Hillary Clinton has an (11%) lead (actual) over Jeb Bush and (11.5%) lead (decided). Question #4- Hillary Clinton has a (12%) lead (actual) over Marco Rubio and (13%) lead (decided). Question #5-Hillary Clinton has a (19%) lead (actual) over Bernie Sanders and (20%) lead (decided). Question #6- Hillary Clinton has a (5%) lead (actual) over Elizabeth Warren and (6%) lead (decided).
It is evident that at this point in time in the race for the U.S. Presidency Hillary Clinton is master of her Republican opponents Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio. Nationally, she wipes Democratic opponent Bernie Sanders off the political map. Her only challenge comes from a Liberal Democrat, Elizabeth Warren, not even in the race. (For purposes of survey bias Elizabeth Warren is described as a Liberal while Hillary Clinton is described as a Democrat. Liberals are slightly more popular than Democrats among Democratic Party supporters).
Republican candidates Donald Trump and Jeb Bush are behind Hillary Clinton by equal amounts while Republican candidate Marco Rubio is slightly behind them. In our August 5, 2015 RSR ROBBINS poll, Jeb Bush beats Donald Trump by (6%). In our June 2015 Hillary Clinton beats Marco Rubio by (3.5%). In our July 2014 poll Hillary Clinton beats Jeb Bush by (6%).
Hillary Clinton is looking in the rear view mirror at Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.
If the Republican leaders are in Mrs. Clinton's rear mirror her Democratic opposition in Bernie Sanders has disappeared from sight. Hillary Clinton has higher numbers in all Democratic Party totals. (For purposes of survey bias Bernie Sanders is described as a social Democrat which was not offered in Question 1).
At this point in time, the only competition for Hillary Clinton is Elizabeth Warren also a Democrat who is not in the race.
Hillary Clinton appears to sailing smoothly into the sunset as the next President of the United States of America based on these RSR ROBBINS outcomes. The Republicans should eventually get their act together to challenge her. This double digit lead by Clinton over all competition suggests that the Republicans should clean up the mass confusion in its race and narrow the field, and the Democrats had better concern themselves with a long coronation.
Bernie Sanders appears to be popular and seems to do well in many polls, however this RSR ROBBINS poll suggests he stands no chance in beating Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. His support among the Democrat pools of supporters is lower against Mrs. Clinton than all of the Republican challengers also a mile behind.
Should Elizabeth Warren enter the race for the Democratic nomination now that Joe Biden has refused to throw his hat in the ring or do the Democrats want a coronation with the risks associated with that approach with one year to go and the presumption that the Republicans will get their act together by then?
An RSR ROBBINS survey of 1,235 Americans who voted in the 2012 presidential election. Numbers have been modified to reflect representative percentages of ethnic backgrounds by US Census (but not of actual voters in 2012). The margin of error of 3.06% is based on the population of Americans who voted and not on eligible voters.

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