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TRS Polls Breaking the Mold.

The quest to find a truly accurate polling system continues. Week long TRS Poll begins.

In an attempt to make a more accurate polling system we are running another TRS poll. This time it will last an entire week to gather a larger pool of data. We have also made a few adjustments to the polling system to ensure accuracy.

TRS Poll Shows Trump Ahead 52 Points

According to a new Gallup Poll, the percentages of party affiliation has changed since the Pew Poll we referenced in the last Poll. The current percentages of the US population that belong to each affiliation is actually:




voter percentages

How the Poll Works

We have decided to use a simple electoral based system to represent each political affiliation fairly.

Rather than polling an equal number of Republicans and Democrats with a few Independents we are looking to poll as many people as possible. The more data the better.

This system is based on the percentages of voters that belong to each party. 1 Point goes to each party for each percent of the US voters they represent.

42 Points to Independents

16 Points to Left Leaning

14 Points to Right Leaning

12 Points to Pure Independents

29 Points to Democrats

26 Points to Republicans

These points will be divided using the percentages that go to each candidate.

EXAMPLE: If Independent votes were split then 21 points would go to each candidate.

The Independent Factor

We decided to add an extra factor to make our Independent polling more accurate. Since there are actually 3 different types of Independent voters (Left leaning, Right leaning, and true Independents) we are going to change how the polling works. Now Independents will declare if they are Right or Left leaning and that will affect the end results.

To make the polls even more accurate we will be splitting the Independents into 3 categories.

According to the same Gallup poll mentioned above Independents are divided as such:

16% Left Leaning

14% Right Leaning

12% Totally Independent

Polls are separated by political affiliation!

Republicans vote below

Who would you vote for today?

  • Donald J. Trump (95%, 1,199 Votes)
  • Other (2%, 31 Votes)
  • Hillary R. Clinton (2%, 29 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,259

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Democrats vote below

Who would you vote for today?

  • Donald J. Trump (84%, 440 Votes)
  • Other (8%, 44 Votes)
  • Hillary R. Clinton (8%, 40 Votes)

Total Voters: 524

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Left Leaning Independents vote below

Who would you vote for today?

  • Donald J. Trump (85%, 414 Votes)
  • Other (10%, 51 Votes)
  • Hillary R. Clinton (5%, 24 Votes)

Total Voters: 489

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Right Leaning Independents vote below

Who would you vote for today?

  • Donald J. Trump (93%, 563 Votes)
  • Other (4%, 24 Votes)
  • Hillary R. Clinton (3%, 19 Votes)

Total Voters: 606

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Pure Independents vote below

Who would you vote for today?

  • Donald J. Trump (90%, 492 Votes)
  • Other (7%, 41 Votes)
  • Hillary R. Clinton (3%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 549

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