2016 US Elections - Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump Are Tied At 39% (September 21)
Donald Trump will not be tasting the rainbow anytime soon with his favorability numbers reaching one of their lowest points this year. Clinton, coming out of a rough patch, saw a small bump in favorability, but the race remains neck and neck. With the debates less than a week away, the American public will finally get to see the two candidates face off, which could certainly move the dial one way or the other
2016 US Elections - Clinton And Trump Basically Tied In The Electoral College (September 17)
At the end of a rough two weeks for Hillary Clinton, the national picture is as close as we’ve seen it this cycle. Our latest States of the Nation poll with Reuters shows Clinton and Trump basically tied in the electoral college with several key battlegrounds – notably Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Florida – extremely close.
Brexit Decision Has Not Influenced Nothern Ireland's Future Vote
More than eight out of 10 people in Northern Ireland say the UK's decision to leave the European Union has not changed the way they would vote in a future border poll. Ipsos carried out a survey for BBC Northern Ireland’s The View programme on public attitudes towards a border poll and how the public might vote i.e. whether they would vote for Northern Ireland to remain part of the United Kingdom or for Northern Ireland to be joined with the Republic of Ireland outside of the UK.