Monday, February 8, 2016 article on Michigan Primary polls

Donald Trump and Marco Rubio, seen here at the ABC debate in New Hampshire, are currently first and second in polls of Michigan Republicans.
Two polls show Trump and Clinton leading in Michigan
On the eve of the first in the nation New Hampshire Primary, two polls of Michigan primary voters show New York real estate magnate Donald Trump leading the Republican candidates and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leading Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas trail Trump in both polls.

On Monday, February 8, Fox 2 Detroit published the results of a Mitchell Research and Communications poll of 330 likely Republican primary voters and 321 likely Democratic primary voters.  The Mitchell/Fox 2 Detroit poll found that Trump had a two to one lead over Rubio and Cruz, with Trump at forty-one percent and Rubio at twenty percent and Cruz at sixteen percent.
In the Democratic nomination contest, the Mitchell/Fox 2 Detroit poll found Clinton leading Sanders two to one as well.  She had 57 percent support with Sanders trailing at 28 percent.
Much more at the link, including details of the Mitchell/Fox 2 Detroit poll, results from an Inside Michigan Politics poll released last Friday, quotes from both pollsters, and a video of Hillary Clinton talking about the Flint Water Crisis.

Now that I've made good on my promise to post another entry promoting a new article, stay tuned for a post about Paczki Day, which is tomorrow.  The cavalcade of holidays continues!

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