July 22, 2014

Poll Watch: NBC News/Marist New Hampshire 2016 Presidential Survey

  • Hillary Clinton (D) 46%
  • Rand Paul (R) 43%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 47%
  • Chris Christie (R) 42%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 47%
  • Jeb Bush (R) 42%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 47%
  • Marco Rubio (R) 42%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 48%
  • Scott Walker (R) 39%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 51%
  • Ted Cruz (R) 38%

Favorable / Unfavorable {Net} 

  • Hillary Clinton 52% / 44% {+8%}
  • Marco Rubio 34% / 29% {+5%}
  • Scott Walker 26% / 24% {+2%}
  • Rand Paul 41% / 40% {+1%}
  • Chris Christie 39% / 43% {-4%}
  • Jeb Bush 38% / 43% {-5%}
  • Joe Biden 41% / 49% {-8%}
  • Ted Cruz 27% / 35% {-8%}

Survey of 1,342 registered voters was conducted July 7-13, 2014. The margin of error is +/- 2.7 percentage points.

-Data compilation and analysis courtesy of The Argo Journal

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19 Responses to “Poll Watch: NBC News/Marist New Hampshire 2016 Presidential Survey”

  1. mac Says:

    “11.mike Says:
    July 21st, 2014 at 3:51 pm
    10. I like that about him as well (all of it). But, his support for Akin is an albatross, and it’s a bit misleading to say such support is not a secret. It’s not kept secret actively and through purpose; rather, it’s a secret of omission. The Democrats won’t ignore it. He’ll be crucified for it and equated with the man Todd Akin himself. He won’t be able to smooth-talk his way out of supporting bad policy and extremists.

    He cannot win a general election with this reality in his past. In my mind, that move to support Akin effectively ended his political career (which was probably over anyway).”

    Mike,
    Huckabee has repeatedly called Akin’s comments “stupid” if/when his support for Akin is mentioned by his opponents, Huckabee can simply repeat that the comments were stupid but still defend Akin as a friend and fellow human being who made a mistake, it’ll just make Huckabee looks stronger, like a great friend who will have your back when you need it most.

  2. palinite Says:

    Cruz looking better.

  3. mac Says:

    Akin led a quiet and moderately successful life, served his country in the military, was/is a decent, respectable citizen. He made a disastrous comment while running for office and the entire world, led by his own political party, was kicking his face in. Huckabee called the comments what they were, but still risked his own neck to help his friend, that’s what I call character.

  4. mike Says:

    3. Call it character if you want. Politically, I think it was suicide. To say Akin made a disastrous comment though is to trivialize what was an accidental revelation of his true thoughts. It was a loss of control that exposed the person he really is vs. the public facade that he, and all other politicians, must maintain. He fell on the sword for his extremist beliefs, and anyone who supports him will be painted with the same broad stroke as Akin himself.

    It doesn’t matter what any of us thinks of him…nice guy, good solid American, yada yada yada. The Democrats will assassinate that character you like.

  5. centrist Says:

    Mike is right. The dems will take it easier on, say, I don’t know, Paul, Christie, Cruz, and Jeb over Huck.

  6. Jersey guy Says:

    Mac vs. Mike. Im on team mac!

  7. centrist Says:

    On second thought, me, too,!

  8. Dave Says:

    In something relevant, Perdue won the Senate nomination in Georgia. Kingston wouldn’t have been a bad candidate, but Perdue has the business ability to help the government to govern. Democrats worship at the feet of gargantuan governments, but they don’t have a clue how to run one.

    And they don’t try to.

  9. James Madison Says:

    Rand is the best candidate, as usual.

  10. JT Says:

    IIrc Perdue did not do nearly as well against nunn as Kingston did. PPP though

  11. Matthew Kilburn Says:

    “Rand is the best candidate”

    Yes, because what America really needs right now is yet another President who will have us running home with our tail between our legs, leaving a vast vacuum to be filled by whatever opportunistic autocracy who takes a far different view of global affairs than we do.

    China has embarked on a massive project to build a blue-water navy that will help assert territorial claims of the Beijing Communists against more America-friendly neighbors. Russia not only seized Crimea, but encouraged a separatist movement in Ukraine that now has the blood of 300 innocent people on its hands. As always, we face challenges from rogue states and failed states and those who simply don’t share our values.

    Paul may not be as extreme as his father, but he is still has disturbing isolationist or pseudo-isolationist tendencies.

  12. no newt Says:

    Rand is the best candidate

  13. chamber of commerce Says:

    BREAKING: White conservative Christian male wins Georgia GOP senate nomination.

    I was pretty sure Jack Kingston was going to win until I read Erick Erickson had endorsed him.

    First losing candidate to blame phantom Dems gets a set of steak knives.

  14. WORLD WAR III !!! Says:

    I’m with Kilburn.

  15. mike Says:

    “Paul may not be as extreme as his father, but he is still has disturbing isolationist or pseudo-isolationist tendencies.”

    Silly warmongers…with your juvenile faux-machismo.

  16. Dave Says:

    JT,

    The last poll I saw showed Perdue doing slightly better than Kingston against Nunn. But it really doesn’t matter at this point. Up to now, Nunn has been sitting on the sidelines raising money, while the 2 Republicans have been having a knock down drag-out campaign against each other.

    That changes as of now. Perdue won’t be spending his next $3 Million against a Republican. He will spend more than that bashing Nunn. People who had been waiting to see who the GOP was going to run, or who had been sending money to Kingston, will start sending money to Perdue.

    My only concern about Perdue is that he’s pledged to not vote for McConnell as Senate Majority Leader in January. Good thing Mitch won’t need his vote.

  17. GS Says:

    16,

    Yup, the Republicans will unite quickly around Perdue, especially since Kingston was VERY gracious in defeat, and Perdue had nothing but kind words for Kingston.

  18. unskewed Says:

    Today’s Quinnipiac Florida 2014 Gubernatorial Poll:

    Charlie Crist (D) 45%
    Rick Scott (R) 40%

    And… TODAY’S SurveyUSA Florida 2014 Gubernatorial Poll:

    Charlie Crist (D) 46%
    Rick Scott (R) 40%

  19. packeryman Says:

    #2, What the Republican party needs is for those of tea party ilk and supporters of such, nominate a Ted Cruz/ Palin or Bachmann for VP and prove to those of far right persuasion that they are the lunatics the rest of the nation know them to be. The loss would be catastrophic.
    Back to reality, Christie is the only possible GOP candidate with all the qualifications that even stands a chance of beating Hillary. The party had better get behind Christie, 2016 is likely to be the last chance of a GOP possible win. BY 2020 the demographic changes taking place in America will began to really show those who would poo-poo the inevitable coming changes. “Times are a changing”.
    The GOP may win back the senate this year due to an off year election, only to reinforce the opinion that most Americans have that the GOP can no longer govern.Led by the tea party there will only be more obstructionism, useless investigations, and attempt to go for impeachment. This will result in the American public voting a Dem in 2016 and their taking back the senate. Even with the extreme gerrymandering of the GOP, by 2020 the GOP held house will be in question.

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