New Qunnipiac poll has Christie beating Hillary in 2016

New Qunnipiac poll has Christie beating Hillary in 2016

Chrsitie H ClintonIf you are not now, or will never be, “Ready for Hillary” then here is a Quinnipiac poll released on November 13 that should lift your spirits for the 2016 presidential race.

Newly reelected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tops former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by one point, 43% to 42%.

Please be aware that this poll taken three years before the November 8, 2016 presidential election means absolutely nothing.

However, the results below might serve as a baseline snapshot of the key demographic groups that will determine who captures the White House in 2016.

  • Clinton wins women by a margin of 48% to 39%.
  • Christie wins men by 47% to 35%.
  • Christie wins Independent voters by 48% to 32%.
  • Christie wins white voters by 50% to 35%.
  • Clinton wins black voters by 77% to 12%.
  • Clinton wins Hispanic voters by 46% to 38%.

It is also important to note that last week a widely reported NBC News survey had Clinton up 10 points over Christie.

Could Clinton’s one week fall signal a severe negative reaction to Obamacare?

Or, is it a reflection of all the national media attention that Christie received since his landslide victory on November 5 in New Jersey?

Once again, this latest poll means nothing — except maybe it does.

Cross-posted from BizPac Review


Myra Adams

Myra Adams

Myra Adams has written for PJ Media, The Daily Beast, RedState, BizPacReview, National Review, and The Daily Caller. She has been a guest on the David Webb Show and BBC World News Service. Her web site TheJesusStore.com contributes all profits to Christian charity.

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