Portland, Oregon—(ENEWSPF)—September 29, 2016. Polling commissioned by VoteVets, performed by Public Policy Polling, is showing a lead for Hillary Clinton in the presidential race in Colorado, Pennsylvania. Virginia, Florida, and North Carolina, with clear majorities saying she won the debates. Perhaps most stunningly, voters in those states overwhelmingly agree that Donald Trump would be more likely to get us into a nuclear war.
Full results of the polling, including the head-to-head numbers, can be found here: http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2016/09/clinton-leads-in-key-battlegrounds-seen-as-big-debate-winner.html
When voters were asked which of the two candidates would be more likely to get the United States into a nuclear war, the opinion could not be clearer. The ‘best’ Trump did was to be seen as more likely by ‘only’ a 18 point margin. The results:
More Likely To Cause a Nuclear War
Trump 51, Clinton 31
Trump 50, Clinton 32
Trump 51, Clinton 30
Trump 50, Clinton 29
Trump 53, Clinton 31
Additionally, voters in all of the states overwhelmingly rejected proposals to move veterans health care towards the private, for-profit system. That includes majorities of Republicans.
27% Support, 64% Oppose
27% Support, 61% Oppose
26% Support, 62% Oppose
27% Support, 62% Oppose
27% Support, 65% Oppose
Founded in 2006, and backed by over 400,000 supporters, the mission of VoteVets.org is to use public issue campaigns and direct outreach to lawmakers to ensure that troops abroad have what they need to complete their missions, and receive the care they deserve when they get home. VoteVets.org also recognizes veterans as a vital part of the fabric of our country and will work to protect veterans’ interests in their day-to-day lives. VoteVets.org is committed to the destruction of terror networks around the world – with force when necessary – to protect America. While non-partisan, the group is the largest progressive organization of veterans in America.