Clinton’s average pre-election 10-poll approval rating (41.8%) was exceeded by her 47.6% average poll and 48.3% recorded vote. Did Clinton’s average pre-election approval rating closely approximate her true vote? Were her poll numbers inflated?
In the post-election True Vote Model, Trump won by an estimated 50.5-43.4% (9.7 million votes).
In 16 battleground states, Trump won the recorded vote by 48.0-45.9%. Clinton led the pre-election polls by 44.5-44.1%. When undecided voters are allocated (UVA), Trump leads the 16-poll average 46.6-45.3%. Using the Gallup National Voter affiliation survey (40Ind-32Dem-28Rep) to derive each state’s Party-ID, Trump leads 48.9-43.1%.
Clinton Pre-election Approval/Poll
|CBS News/NY Times||1030||35||47|
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