Presidential Poll By WWW.Sanityandsense.com on September 27/2016

WWW.Sanityandsense.com conducted phone interviews with men and women in the following states after the Presidential Debate on September 26, 2016: 1) Iowa, 2) Ohio, 3) North Carolina, 4) Georgia, 5) Florida, 6) Arizona, 7) Nevada, 8) Colorado, 9) Wisconsin, 10) Pennsylvania, and 11) Michigan.

Rule 1) Only voters who voted in the 2012 election were used.

Rule 2) Only voters who were registered NPA ( No Party Affiliation ) or independent were used.

Rule 3) Only voters who stated that they were UNDECIDED before the debate were used.

Rule 4) Only voters who agreed to be polled after the debate were used.

Rule 5) a) States where likely independent voters stated that they were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton after the debate added a proportional percentage to Hillary Clinton’s national polls average in that state.

Rule 5) b) States where likely independent voters stated that they were more likely to vote for Donald Trump after the debate added a proportional percentage to Donald Trump’s national polls average in that state.

Sanityandsense.com projects that if the Presidential Election were held on September 28, 2016, Donald Trump would receive 353 electoral votes and Hillary Clinton would receive 187 electoral votes.  Clearly Donald Trump did very well with independent voters in these eleven states.  Sanityandsense.com used the accepted ” Heat Maps ” red or blue projections for the other 39 states.  The poll was unbiased and as fair as humanly possible.

R. Van Conoley

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