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2016 South Carolina President: Trump vs. Clinton

Currently tracking 17 polls from 10 pollsters
Updated 5 months ago
Election on November 8, 2016

This chart combines the latest opinion polls into trendlines using a poll-tracking model and is updated whenever a new poll is released.

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Our model of the polls suggests Trump was very likely leading. (In >99% of simulations, Trump led Clinton.)

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Latest Polls

Poll
Trump
Clinton
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Undecided
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Nov 1 – Nov 7, 2016
1,698 Likely Voters
47 43 8 3 Trump +4
Oct 30 – Nov 6, 2016
338 Likely Voters
53 42 5 Trump +11
Oct 17 – Nov 6, 2016
617 Likely Voters
49 44 7 Trump +5
Oct 25 – Oct 31, 2016
1,762 Likely Voters
45 43 8 3 Trump +2
Oct 23 – Oct 29, 2016
325 Likely Voters
54 42 4 Trump +12
Oct 18 – Oct 24, 2016
1,900 Likely Voters
45 43 9 3 Trump +2
Oct 9 – Oct 16, 2016
323 Likely Voters
53 42 5 Trump +11
Sep 23 – Oct 13, 2016
751 Likely Voters
49 46 5 Trump +3
Sep 19 – Oct 2, 2016
574 Likely Voters
55 41 5 Trump +14
Sep 18 – Sep 26, 2016
475 Likely Voters
42 38 9 11 Trump +4
Sep 2 – Sep 22, 2016
716 Likely Voters
50 43 7 Trump +7
Sep 7 – Sep 9, 2016
600 Likely Voters
48 35 7 11 Trump +13
Aug 9 – Sep 1, 2016
894 Registered Voters
49 42 8 Trump +7
Aug 18 – Aug 21, 2016
600 Likely Voters
39 39 6 16
Aug 15 – Aug 17, 2016
768 Registered Voters
46 42 12 Trump +4
Aug 9 – Aug 10, 2016
1,290 Likely Voters
41 39 7 13 Trump +2
Nov 10 – Nov 16, 2015
627 Registered Voters
44 41 15 Trump +3
Nov 7 – Nov 8, 2015
1,290 Likely Voters
47 42 11 Trump +5

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