Exclusive: Pat Caddell Says Breitbart/Gravis National Poll Shows Trump’s Opportunities

Hillary Clinton (L) and Donald Trump each landed support from 40 percent of registered voters in the New York Times/CBS News poll
Pioneering political pollster Pat Caddell told Breitbart News that the Aug. 9 Breitbart/Gravis national presidential poll revealed places where Republican nominee Donald J. Trump can pick up support from parts of the electorate usually associated with the Democrats and assigned to the Democratic nominee Hillary R. Clinton. Two-thirds of the electorate see America as either off-track or seriously off track, said Caddell, who reviewed the poll of 2,832 likely voters conducted by Gravis Marketing, a Florida-based firm that used automated telephone calls and weighted the sample by voting patterns. The poll carries a 1.8 percent margin of error at a 95 percent confidence level. In the top line results, Democratic nominee Clinton leads in a four-way contest with 42 percent of the vote, compared to Trump with 37 percent, Libertarian Gary Johnson with ninw percent, and three percent for Green Party nominee Dr. Jill Stein. But, Caddell told Breitbart News, by asking Americans if the United States was on or off track, the poll exposes what is going on in the electorate under the surface. Caddell, now a Fox News Insider and commentator, forever changed the role of the campaign pollster with his interpretation of the electorate for the 1972 McGovern campaign.

Exclusive: Pat Caddell Says Breitbart/Gravis National Poll Shows Trump’s Opportunities

Hillary Clinton (L) and Donald Trump each landed support from 40 percent of registered voters in the New York Times/CBS News poll
Pioneering political pollster Pat Caddell told Breitbart News that the Aug. 9 Breitbart/Gravis national presidential poll revealed places where Republican nominee Donald J. Trump can pick up support from parts of the electorate usually associated with the Democrats and assigned to the Democratic nominee Hillary R. Clinton. Two-thirds of the electorate see America as either off-track or seriously off track, said Caddell, who reviewed the poll of 2,832 likely voters conducted by Gravis Marketing, a Florida-based firm that used automated telephone calls and weighted the sample by voting patterns. The poll carries a 1.8 percent margin of error at a 95 percent confidence level. In the top line results, Democratic nominee Clinton leads in a four-way contest with 42 percent of the vote, compared to Trump with 37 percent, Libertarian Gary Johnson with ninw percent, and three percent for Green Party nominee Dr. Jill Stein. But, Caddell told Breitbart News, by asking Americans if the United States was on or off track, the poll exposes what is going on in the electorate under the surface. Caddell, now a Fox News Insider and commentator, forever changed the role of the campaign pollster with his interpretation of the electorate for the 1972 McGovern campaign.