June 28, 2016 2:25PM

Daily Polling Round‐​Up

This week we are introducing a new feature on the blog where we provide links to the day's latest polls and public opinion studies available:

 

HuffPost/YouGov

June 27, 2016

Republicans Are Totally In Favor Of Brexit


  • 59% of Republicans approve of #Brexit; only 17% of Democrats and 32% of Independents agree
  • 43% of Democrats agree free trade agreements are "good thing" for US; 28% of Republicans agree

 

Morning Consult 

June 27, 2016

Clinton Gains in Polls, but Voters Favor Trump to Grow Economy


  • 45% of registered voters said Trump would be better for the economy, 38% said Clinton would be better for economy.

 

NBC/Wall Street Journal

June 27th, 2016

Poll: Majority of Republicans Prefer Someone Else to Trump


  • 52% of Republicans say they'd prefer a nominee other than Trump, 45% are satisfied with Trump. Republicans felt similarly about John McCain in 2008 (52% preferred someone else, 44% satisfied)

 

Gallup

June 27, 2106

Clinton, Trump Gaining Favorability Within Parties 


  • Trump favorability 20 percentage points lower than any prior recent GOP candidate among Republicans in early summer. Favorable= Trump (64%), Romney (82%), McCin (88%), W. Bush (94%), H.W. Bush (88%)
  • Clinton favorability (71%) nearly 20 percentage points lower than Obama (87%) and Kerry (87%) among Democrats.

 

Gallup

June 28, 2016

No Immediate Brexit Effect on U.S. Economic Confidence

 

Pew Research Center 

June 27, 2016

Report: On Views of Race and Inequality, Blacks and Whites Are Worlds Apart 


  • 88% of African-Americans say the country needs to continue making changes for blacks to have equal rights with whites. 43% are skeptical changes will ever occur, 42% are optimistic that the country will eventually make changes needed.

 

Rasmussen 

June 28, 2016

Voters Favor GOP Plan To Sell Health Insurance Across State Lines


  • 66% say employers and individuals buying health insurance be allowed to buy insurance plans across state lines.

 

Rasmussen

June 27, 2016

Health Care Law 


  • 60% say more free market competition between insurance companies would do more to reduce costs, compared to 27% who thought that this would be best done by more government regulation.


 

The Texas Tribune

June 27, 2016

TEXAS: UT Poll: Trump Leads Clinton by 8 in Texas 

 

 

 

Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College

June 26, 2016

ARKANSAS: TB&P-Hendrix Poll: Trump holds lead over Clinton in Arkansas

 

 

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Sam Henick contributed research to these polling links.