Astrology and Politics: 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election Predictions

Track Record for the U.S. Presidential General Election on November 8, 2016:
FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver William Stickevers, Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
90% correct 92% correct
50 projections 50 projections
45 correct  46 correct 
5 incorrect red-x 4 incorrect red-x
Predictions for the U.S. Presidential General Election Winner, as of November 8, 2016, 1:40pm PT:
Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Nov. 8, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability [as of Nov. 3, 2016]
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner red-x Clinton 71.4% red-x Clinton 83% red-x Clinton 89% red-x Clinton 48.91%  Trump 53%

Political Contest Horary AstroProbability* and the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election

(Complete Accuracy Track Record Here)

Updated November 8, 2016, 1:40pm PT

Overview

This page lists the predictions for the popular vote and the Electoral College, as well as track probabilities for the winner of the seven battleground states in the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election from:

  • Nate Silver’s Five Thirty Eight
  • PredictIt.com
  • Axiom Strategies
  • Political Contest Horary AstroProbabiliy generated by a team of political contest horary astrologers led by mundane astrologer William Stickevers

Political Contest Horary AstroProbability*

Each horary question will be focused on a specific county in each of the seven battleground states, known as Axiom’s Battleground Counties  — as identified by Axiom Strategies in collaboration with Remington Research GroupThese counties historically reflect statewide results within 1% of accuracy, so monitoring them will be key in analyzing the 2016 presidential race.

This page will be updated every 2 weeks leading up to the November 8th General Election.

*AstroProbability: a composite set of mundane astrology forecasting methods.
Margin of Error is +/- 1.9% with a 95% level of confidence.

Political Contest Horary Dream Team led by William Stickevers:
  • Astrologer Joyce Lambert
  • Astrologer Justine M. Rowinski
Track Record for William Stickevers’ projections on 98 of the 99 Primary Elections using Political Contest Horary can be reviewed here.

Electoral College

AstroProbability Projection Map for the November 8th 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election

270 Electoral Votes Needed To Win

as of November 6, 2016:

Older Projection Maps below



Battleground States

Based on Axiom’s Battleground Counties.

as of November 8, 2016, 1:40pm PT:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver
(Electoral College winner)
PredictIt (Electoral College winner) Axiom Strategies Battleground States
[as of Nov. 3, 2016, Statewide Results]
UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Nov. 8, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability [as of Nov.3, 2016]
Colorado  Clinton 77.5%  Clinton 83%  Clinton 42%  Clinton 49.6%  Clinton 50%
Florida red-x Clinton 55.1% red-x Clinton 76%  Trump 48%  Trump 47.4%   Trump 53%
Iowa**  Trump 69.8%  Trump 74% n/a  Trump 47.6%  Trump 53%
Michigan** red-x Clinton 78.9% red-x Clinton 74% n/a red-x Clinton 48.9%  Trump 50%
Minnesota**  Clinton 85.0%   Clinton 92% n/a   Clinton 49.5% red-x Trump 50%
Nevada  Clinton 58.3%  Clinton 82% red-x Trump 46%  Clinton 49.3% red-x Trump 52%
North Carolina red-xClinton 55.5% red-x Clinton 60%  Trump 48%  Trump 47.5%  Trump 55%
Ohio  Trump 64.6%  Trump 67%  Trump 45%  Trump 48.3%  Trump 53%
Pennsylvania red-x Clinton 77.0%  red-x Clinton 85% red-x Clinton 46% red-x  Clinton 47.8%   Trump 52%
Virginia  Clinton 85.5%  Clinton 91%  Clinton 46%  Clinton 49.5%  Clinton 50%
Wisconsin red-x Clinton 83.5%  red-x Clinton 89% red-x Clinton 49% red-x Clinton 51.3% red-x Clinton 51%

Record of the Battleground State Projections here.
**not a state with an Axiom Battleground county

Older Projections below



U.S. Presidential General Election Popular Vote Winner

The predictions below are based on the winner of the popular vote. While the popular vote and the electoral college vote are usually aligned, this is not always the case. Of the 57 elections for U.S. presidency, four U.S. Presidents have been elected by winning the electoral college vote, but not the popular vote:

  • 2000: Al Gore won the popular vote but George W. Bush won the electoral vote.
  • 1888: Grover Cleveland won the popular vote but Benjamin Harrison won the electoral vote.
  • 1876: Samuel Tilden won the popular vote but Rutherford B. Hayes won the electoral vote.
  • 1824: Andrew Jackson won the popular vote but John Quincy Adams won the electoral vote.

as of November 8, 2016, 1:40pm PT:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Nov. 8, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability [as of Nov. 3, 2016]
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner red-x Clinton 71.4% red-x Clinton 83% red-x Clinton 89% red-x Clinton 48.91%  Trump 53%

Older projections below.




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Predictions & Commentary

October 6, 2016
Blacbox Career Graphs for Hillary Clinton (all three most used birth times) and Donald Trump.

What is a Blackbox?
The Blackbox is like your own personal Dow Jones Industrial Average using your natal horoscope. The BlackBox Forecasting Module works with any of the six bell curve formats to calculate the results based on 760 astrological factors. The BlackBox is so sophisticated it will optimize the weights for each chosen criteria, the aspect orbs, it will shift the orb and the planets position using different kinds of advanced mathematics to make sure that the optimized resultant graph conforms with the past historical price data or the personal biography. It will then use all these findings and project future prediction graphs for the chart under study.

HILLARY CLINTON – 2:18 AM CST BIRTH TIME
BLACKBOX CAREER FORECAST
Blackbox Career Forecast for Hillary Clinton (2:18am birth time).  Copyright William Stickevers.

Blackbox Career Forecast for Hillary Clinton (2:18am birth time). Copyright William Stickevers.

HILLARY CLINTON – 8:02 AM CST BIRTH TIME
BLACKBOX CAREER FORECAST

Blackbox Career Forecast for Hillary Clinton (8:02am birth time).  Copyright William Stickevers.

Blackbox Career Forecast for Hillary Clinton (8:02am birth time). Copyright William Stickevers.

HILLARY CLINTON – 8:00 PM CST BIRTH TIME
BLACKBOX CAREER FORECAST

Blackbox Career Forecast for Hillary Clinton (8:00pm birth time).  Copyright William Stickevers.

Blackbox Career Forecast for Hillary Clinton (8:00pm birth time). Copyright William Stickevers.

DONALD TRUMP
BLACKBOX CAREER FORECAST

Blackbox Career Forecast for Donald Trump.  Copyright William Stickevers.

Blackbox Career Forecast for Donald Trump. Copyright William Stickevers.

September 27, 2016 – William Stickevers

Hillary’s Debate Performance Was Not Good Enough to Stop Her Slide in the Polls

Unlike most astrologers out there, I track the incoming raw polling data from all the Key Battleground States (sorry but New York and California are on not one of them). Since late August Hillary’s poll numbers have plummeted around 9-10 points with Trump reaching parity with her by September 16th. Indicating her campaign has lost its footing and momentum and needed a jolt from this debate. Hillary the favorite to win the General Election had all the pressure on her and needed a big, defining moment last night to game-change her campaign, and didn’t get it. As of today, she now trails Trump in key battleground states won by President Obama in 2012, and the national polling is tied. Even though the mainstream media has scored a win for Hillary, keep in mind Trump is the outsider in a year when two-thirds (69%) of the American people think the nation is on the wrong track.

Trump fared better than Hillary in most every online polls across the web. Out of more than 30 websites, Hillary only won in the NBC News, WCVB (Boston) and the CNN/ORC polls.

The bottom line is Hillary’s campaign is rapidly losing altitude, a fact that her supporters are aware of, and even the press can no longer deny. The trend lines are not in her favor, and she doesn’t have the luxury of a good economy to run on, nor the astrological transits to her natal horoscope for that matter. If Hillary’s performance is not good enough to stop Trump’s momentum in the coming days ahead, something needs to change, and change fast.

Prediction: Trump’s momentum will continue to accelerate and intensify, with his poll numbers in the Key Battle Ground States of Pennsylvania and Virginia superseding Hillary’s in the coming weeks ahead.

September 26, 2016 – William Stickevers

Trump’s Critics Need to Wake Up to the Reality of 2016

Keep in mind that when Donald Trump announced he would run for President, almost every political pundit and most every astrologer out there for that matter, stated he would politically implode and fade away by the time the Iowa Caucus. Then when Trump started piling up the victories in the primaries, the same pundits and astrologers stated he would never get the GOP nomination. Then when Trump won the GOP nomination many of his critics warned that if he ended up on the November ballot he would get blown out by Hillary Clinton and take out scores of Republicans running for the House and Senate with him. In fact just the other day, the great political forecaster Damon Linker a senior correspondent at TheWeek.com (that several mundane forecasting astrologers have loosely quoted from) said, “Trump isn’t merely going to lose. He’s going to lose in the biggest popular vote landslide in modern presidential history. … It’s not crazy to think he’ll finish with less than 35 percent of the popular vote.”

The fact of the matter is that now have enough raw polling data that statistically shows how Trump is doing right now – and, to the surprise of many inside the D.C Beltway, he’s doing shockingly better then they ever thought possible. In fact he is not doing that bad at all.

Since the recent Jupiter in Libra Ingress on September 9th, polls show Trump pulling ahead in the battleground states of Ohio, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, Colorado and Nevada. Former GOP nominees John McCain and Mitt Romney lost all of these states in 2008 and 2012, with the exception of North Carolina in 2012.

If his numbers hold, Trump is only a state or two away from cobbling together the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House; and there’s fertile ground for more Trump pickups all over the map with New Hampshire, and Virginia .

In many purple states where Hillary Clinton is leading, Trump is running way ahead of where Romney was in 2012; in Maine, Trump is besting Romney’s numbers by seven points; in Michigan, it’s four points, and in New Mexico and Wisconsin, it’s two points, in   Pennsylvania, its only one point.

So, if you are going just by the numbers, there’s no question that Trump is a much stronger general election candidate than was Romney, and Clinton is a much weaker candidate then Obama.

The 1st Presidential debate at Hempstead, New York, is being held one day after a Washington Post-ABC News poll revealed that Clinton’s slim advantage over Trump from last month has completely evaporated. At any rate my message to the mainstream media pundits and the “Hillary wins no matter what” astrologers who continue to forecast a decisive Clinton victory,  is given these polling numbers, Trump’s unprecedented candidacy is not indicative of a forthcoming GOP ticket disaster. In fact, the only disaster that we’ve seen so far is the catastrophic collapse of all of the political pundits’ predictions including most of the astrologers.

September 19, 2016 – William Stickevers

Trump doesn’t need Pennsylvania to win the electoral vote in the upcoming General Election, but Hillary does. For a loss in the Keystone State on election night would likely mean that she loses the White House by the morning. Many astrologers continue to overlook Trump’s performance in the Republican primary which was remarkably strong. He swept all 67 counties. A Quinnipiac University poll showed Trump remained tied with Democrat Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania at the end of June. Although Hillary is strongly favored to win Pennsylvania in November, political experts agree at this point in the General Election that she must strongly outperform Obama’s 2012 numbers in order to do so, and that is something the Political Contest Horary testimonies do not augur.

July 22, 2016 – William Stickevers

Prediction:
Terrorism will prove to be Trump’s ace in the hole – and will attempt to expose Hillary and Obama’s efforts to let terrorists into the U.S.

Prediction:
Obamacare is no longer a dead issue – and Trump will use it to get low-income voters who have been impacted by this socialist program.

Prediction:
Immigrants and union voters may prove to be Trump’s biggest allies.

Prediction:
Hillary’s vulnerabilities with China, Iran, Israel, Mexico and many others will negatively impact her more then pundits predict, and Trump will expose this in the upcoming debates.



Blog Posts on the 2016 Election

Annular Solar Eclipse: September 1, 2016
(August 1, 2016)
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Still Underestimating Donald Trump?
(July 28, 2016)
Read blog post.
2016 Presidential Election Winner: Analysis
(June 5, 2016)
Read blog post.
Solar Ingress 2016 and the Presidential Election [VIDEO]
(March 31, 2016)
Read blog post.
Voter Revolts, Globalization, and Uranus-Pluto [VIDEO]
(March 31, 2016)
Read blog post.
[2016 Election] Candidates, Primaries, and Super Tuesday Predictions
(March 15, 2016)
Read blog post.
For the Record…
(March 12, 2016)
Read blog post.
Super Saturday: 2016 Primary Election Projections
(March 5, 2016)
Read blog post.
Trump vs. Cruz: GOP Nomination Prediction
(January 26, 2016)
Read blog post.
30 Days to Go: Are Trump Supporters Angry Enough to Vote?
(January 2, 2016)
Read blog post.



Popular Vote – General Election Polls

from Real Clear Politics

as of November 7, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.8%
Donald Trump – 43.6%

Older poll results below



Las Vegas Oddsmakers –
U.S. Presidential Election Winner

as of November 8, 2016, 1:40pm PT:

  • Hillary Clinton – 76.92%
  • Donald Trump – 18.18%

Older betting odds below



Political Contest Horary:
Axiom’s Battleground Counties

COLORADO: Jefferson County

battleground-state-county-maps_2016-07-21_CO

 COLORADO:
Jefferson County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21  Trump 40%  Clinton 54%
August 4  Trump 40%  Trump 51%
August 18 no new poll Trump 51%
September 1 no new poll Trump 51%
September 15  Clinton 41%  Trump 51%
September 22  no new poll  Trump 51%
October 6  no new poll  Trump 51%
October 23  Clinton 44%  Clinton 52%
November 3  no new poll  Clinton 50%
November 7  no new poll  Clinton 50%

FLORIDA: Hillsborough County

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FLORIDA:
Hillsborough County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21 Trump 43%  Trump 53%
August 4 Trump 43%  Trump 53%
August 18 no new poll  Trump 53%
September 1 no new poll  Trump 53%
September 15  Trump 44%  Trump 53%
September 22  no new poll  Trump 53%
October 6  no new poll  Trump 54%
October 23  Clinton 46%  Trump 53%
November 3  no new poll  Trump 53%
November 7  no new poll  Trump 53%

NEVADA: Washoe County

battleground-state-county-maps_2016-07-21_NV

NEVADA:
Washoe County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21  Trump 48%  Trump 54%
August 4  Trump 48%  Trump 53%
August 18 no new poll Trump 53%
September 1 no new poll Trump 53%
September 15  Trump 51% Trump 53%
September 22  no new poll  Trump 53%
October 6  no new poll  Trump 50%
October 23  Trump 49%  Trump 52%
November 3  no new poll  Trump 52%
November 7  no new poll  Trump 52%

NORTH CAROLINA: Watauga County

battleground-state-county-maps_2016-07-21_NC

NORTH CAROLINA:
Watauga County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21 Trump 46%  Trump 60%
August 4 Trump 46%  Trump 60%
August 18 no new poll  Trump 60%
September 1 no new poll  Trump 60%
September 15  Trump 47%  Trump 60%
September 22  no new poll  Trump 60%
October 6  no new poll  Trump 60%
October 23  Trump 46%  Trump 55%
November 3  no new poll  Trump 55%
November 7  no new poll  Trump 55%

OHIO: Sandusky County

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OHIO:
Sandusky County
Hamilton County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21 Trump 42% Trump 50%
August 4 Trump 42% Trump 50%
August 18 no new poll   Trump 51%
September 1 no new poll  Trump 51%
September 15  Trump 43%  Trump 51%
September 22  no new poll  Trump 51%
October 6  no new poll  Trump 53%
October 23  Trump 47%
Trump 45%
 Trump 53%
November 3  no new poll  Trump 53%
November 7  no new poll  Trump 53%

PENNSYLVANIA: Luzerne County

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PENNSYLVANIA:
Luzerne County
Northampton County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21 Trump 55%  Trump 55%
August 4 Trump 55%  Trump 53%
August 18 no new poll  Trump 53%
September 1 no new poll  Trump 53%
September 15  Trump 52%  Trump 53%
September 22  no new poll  Trump 53%
October 6  no new poll  Trump 53%
October 23  Trump 52%
Clinton 46%
 Trump 52%
November 3  no new poll  Trump 52%
November 7  no new poll  Trump 52%

VIRGINIA: Loudoun County

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VIRGINIA:
Loudoun County
Axiom Strategies with Remington Research Group
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
July 21  Clinton 44%  Clinton 51%
August 4  Clinton 44%  Trump 50%
August 18 no new poll no change
September 1 no new poll no change
September 15  Clinton 44%  Clinton 51%
September 22  no new poll  Clinton 51%
October 6  no new poll  no change
October 23  Clinton 49%  Clinton 50%
November 3  no new poll  Clinton 50%
November 7  no new poll  Clinton 50%





– PREVIOUSLY –

Previous AstroProbability Projection Maps

270 Electoral Votes Needed To Win

as of November 4, 2016:

as of October 28, 2016:

as of September 29, 2016:

as of September 29, 2016:

2016 Presidential Election Map - Astrology Predictions

as of September 19, 2016:

Map of the AstroProbability Projections for the 2016 Presidential Election - Astrology and Politics

as of August 4, 2016:

as of August 3, 2016:

Electoral College Map Predictions - Astrology - 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

as of July 19, 2016:



Previous Projections for General Election Popular Vote Winner

as of November 7, 2016, 10:10pm PT:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Nov. 7, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 70.9% Clinton 81% Clinton 91% Clinton 48.91% Trump 53%

as of November 7, 2016, 2:10pm PT:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Nov. 7, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 69.5% Clinton 81% Clinton 91% Clinton 48.91% Trump 53%

as of November 6, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Oct. 31, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 64.9% Clinton 79% Clinton 92% Clinton 48.34% Trump 53%

as of November 5, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Oct. 31, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 64.7% Clinton 76% Clinton 76% Clinton 48.34% Trump 53%

as of November 4, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Oct. 31, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 64.2% Clinton 74% Clinton 85% Clinton 48.34% Trump 53%

as of November 3, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Oct. 31, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 67.0% Clinton 67% Clinton 85% Clinton 48.34% Trump 53%

as of October 28, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) UPI/CVoter State Polls
[as of Oct. 17, 2016]
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 81.5% Clinton 75% Clinton 85% Clinton 50.22% Trump 53%

as of October 12, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 86.9% Clinton 84% Clinton 92% Trump 53%

as of September 19, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 59.3% Clinton 65% Clinton 57% Trump 53%

as of August 5, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 81.5% Clinton 73% Clinton 85% Trump 50%

as of July 21, 2016:

Five Thirty Eight, Nate Silver PredictIt Political Prediction Market (CNN) Political Contest Horary AstroProbability
U.S. Presidential General Election Winner Clinton 60.2% Clinton 66% Clinton 68% Clinton 51%


Previous Popular Vote Polls

from Real Clear Politics

as of November 6, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 47.2%
Donald Trump – 44.2%

as of November 5, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.6%
Donald Trump – 44.8%

as of November 4, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.6%
Donald Trump – 44.9%

as of November 3, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.4%
Donald Trump – 44.8%

as of November 2, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.6%
Donald Trump – 45.3%

as of October 31, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 47.5%
Donald Trump – 45.3%

as of October 30, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 48.0%
Donald Trump – 44.9%

as of October 18, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 48.6%
Donald Trump – 42.1%

as of October 11, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 48.0%
Donald Trump – 41.8%

as of September 26, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.7%
Donald Trump – 44.3%

as of September 22, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 46.2%
Donald Trump – 43.2%

as of September 18, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 44.9%
Donald Trump – 44.0%

as of August 19, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 47.0%
Donald Trump – 41.3%

as of August 11, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 47.5%
Donald Trump – 41.2%

as of August 3, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 47.4%
Donald Trump – 40.6%

as of July 29, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 43.7%
Donald Trump – 43.3%

as of July 26, 2016:

Donald Trump – 45.7%
Hillary Clinton – 44.6%

as of July 25, 2016:

Donald Trump – 45.6%
Hillary Clinton – 44.7%

as of July 20, 2016:

Hillary Clinton – 44.0%
Donald Trump – 41.3%



Previous Las Vegas Oddsmakers Betting Odds

as of November 7, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 77.52%
  • Donald Trump – 18.18%

as of November 6, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 77.52%
  • Donald Trump – 18.18%

as of November 5, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 75.19%
  • Donald Trump – 23.09%

as of November 4, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 73.53%
  • Donald Trump – 25.00%

as of November 3, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 69.44%
  • Donald Trump – 30.77%

as of November 1, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 71.43%
  • Donald Trump – 28.57%

as of October 31, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 75.19%
  • Donald Trump – 26.67%

as of October 19, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 83.33%
  • Donald Trump – 18.18%

as of October 12, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 84.75%
  • Donald Trump – 15.38%

as of September 27, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 69.44%
  • Donald Trump – 33.33%

as of September 23, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 63.69%
  • Donald Trump – 36.36%

as of September 19, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 63.29%
  • Donald Trump – 37.04%

as of August 20, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 78.13%
  • Donald Trump – 22.22%

as of August 12, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 76.92%
  • Donald Trump – 25.00%

as of August 4, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 74.07%
  • Donald Trump – 25.00%

as of July 30, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 64.52%
  • Donald Trump – 36.36%

as of July 28, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 62.50%
  • Donald Trump – 36.36%

as of July 21, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton – 71.43%
  • Donald Trump – 30.77%

17 comments

  • Excuse me? “This socialist program”? How do you expect to do an accurate horary analysis when you find it so hard to hold back your own right-wing sympathies?

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  • Just curious. Do you still think Trump is going to win after what he said about women and the barrage of allegations from women (who’s stories, I should note, are already starting to fall apart)?

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    • Mandy, the various womens allegations are turning out to be fabricated, the ridiculous child rape case was dropped. Even the “p**sy grabbing” turned out to help the black male vote as it shows as Trump a regular guy, and now the Podesta/Clinton connection to satanic sex rituals will further dilute the black democrat votes.

      It is a couple days before the election… a final commentary by Mr. Stickevers would be great!

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      • Hi Crypto, that’s what I said about the women issue. But I have been really depressed today. Seems everybody in my job is voting for Hillary. That’s a lot of people. I know I’m in NYS and it really doesn’t matter because NY has always voted blue. But after everything that has come out about Hillary over the past several days you’d think the American people would care about the fact that this woman is a criminal who put our national security in danger to make a buck. They just don’t care. They all repeat the same mantra “Trump is a racist” and “an idiot.” And forget about arguing with them and trying to explain that this election really has nothing to do with Trump but everything to do with ridding ourselves of this new aristocracy that has taken over our country. They might as well be holding their hands over their ears, they just don’t even want to hear it. To be honest, Trump did a lot of damage to himself and needlessly alienated a lot of people with his off the cuff remarks and inability to articulate clearly. Though it seems his team has finally got him focused enough to stay on message the self-damage he did created an image that he is a racist and an idiot. There are a lot of people in my job who were former military who told me they would never vote for him for what he said about POWs. And let’s be honest, those remarks, amongst others, were pretty indefensible. All I could do was try to explain that that’s not what he really meant. That I understood what he really meant but he just didn’t use the right words. Which then leads them to believe that he is an inarticulate idiot whose mouth opens before his brain is engaged. I really am pretty upset about this because I believe there is no one better at this critical time in our history than Trump for president. But there is nothing any of us could do about it at this late date. All we can do is pull that lever on election day and pray for the best – though I fear we are going to get the worst.
        Just wanted to add that though I hope William Stickevers is right I am not pinning my hopes on that because he also predicted Romney would win the last time around.

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  • Hi Crypto, that’s what I said about the women issue. But I have been really depressed today. Seems everybody in my job is voting for Hillary. That’s a lot of people. I know I’m in NYS and it really doesn’t matter because NY has always voted blue. But after everything that has come out about Hillary over the past several days you’d think the American people would care about the fact that this woman is a criminal who put our national security in danger to make a buck. They just don’t care. They all repeat the same mantra “Trump is a racist” and “an idiot.” And forget about arguing with them and trying to explain that this election really has nothing to do with Trump but everything to do with ridding ourselves of this new aristocracy that has taken over our country. They might as well be holding their hands over their ears, they just don’t even want to hear it. To be honest, Trump did a lot of damage to himself and needlessly alienated a lot of people with his off the cuff remarks and inability to articulate clearly. Though it seems his team has finally got him focused enough to stay on message the self-damage he did created an image that he is a racist and an idiot. There are a lot of people in my job who were former military who told me they would never vote for him for what he said about POWs. And let’s be honest, those remarks, amongst others, were pretty indefensible. All I could do was try to explain that that’s not what he really meant. That I understood what he really meant but he just didn’t use the right words. Which then leads them to believe that he is an inarticulate idiot whose mouth opens before his brain is engaged. I really am pretty upset about this because I believe there is no one better at this critical time in our history than Trump for president. But there is nothing any of us could do about it at this late date. All we can do is pull that lever on election day and pray for the best – though I fear we are going to get the worst.

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    • I too believe Trump is here at the right time. Anyone could have stepped up if he didnt… Bush, Cruz, etc…. They might have even won and America would have gotten more of the same. No one strong enough to slam their fist down and say enough of the BS. We know Clinton would never do it. Her connections to the big banks and the House of Saud is very concerning. I dont care if every star lined up for her on election day, Id just never vote for her.

      I know a lot of former military out here in CA and not one of them would consider voting for Hillary. My niece was in the Marines and has 4,000+ friends on Facebook… all real people, all voting for Trump. And unfortunately many of them need help and they are hoping Trump can help them.

      One of my neighbors is a classic car guy. He voted Obama in 08, and then Romney in 12 because Obama put a tax on tanning salons, which he owns some. He dropped over yesterday and told me he cant vote for either candidate. “Too much dirt” on both of them. The only thing I really said was that Hillary is now connected to satanic sex rituals because of Podesta. He did tell me all of his car buddies (10 or so) were not happy with him wasting his vote and allowing Hillary to slip in. It sounds like every single one of them is voting Trump.

      Im a business guy, Ive read Trumps books… a lot of bragging in them. So in some aspects I already know Trump. The pussy grabbing talk felt like bragging and it sounded like bragging. I understand people getting upset by the comment and it was out of line, but thats the real world. Take your vehicle for muffler repair or a transmission shop down the road and men will have nude women calendars. Back to my point… bragging. In Trumps books there is a lot of atta boy talk. You can do it. Keep trying. Dont give up. That kind of stuff. So many people dont believe in themselves anymore… I dont know why. Too much media maybe? Anyways, Trump fills his books with uplifting words like those to get people in a positive frame of mind, and when launching a business, the courage to just begin and take a step is half the battle.

      My biz is aerospace. I have a lot of customers and politics will get breached eventually with a customer. Aerospace in California has been gutted. We are seeing a ton of companies pack up and move out of state with other states like Ohio offering BIG incentives. One company even moved to Mexico and are paying for armed guards to escort employees back and forth the border every day. From what I make of it, most all people are voting Trump in my sector. I bought one of those red MAGA hats to put up on my mantle one day. It arrived at work and I forgot I had it on my desk the day an auditor was coming in for an audit. Big african american guy. Wasnt very talkative last years audit, but man did he have a lot to say when he saw the red MAGA hat. His eyes lit up and what I learned more than anything is how much he hates Hillary.

      And I think I summed it all up. People just dont like Hillary. Lots of Bernie supporters look at Project Veritas and confirm its a rigged election. Others shocked at the use of mentally ill people being used by HRC for bird-dogging or other means.

      I did some research on Google Trends a few weeks ago going back to the 2004 Bush/Kerry elections. Essentially, whomever has a higher google trends average score during the year of the presidential election becomes the winner of the election. It even worked for Brexit.

      Although I do believe Trump will win and I like him… it doesnt matter to me. There are enough people finally awake to real problems. If there appears to be election fraud, people will not back down. Trump wont back down. We the People will finally be heard.

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      • Crypto, you mentioned google trends but you didn’t mention the result for this election. I just typed in google trends and the red line – Trump – is 5 pt. ahead in searches. Is that what you mean? Also, you said that ‘We the People will finally be heard.’ But being heard is all the people will temporarily be able to do until Hillary puts Supreme Court picks who will limit even that basic right. If Hillary wins it will tell me there are not enough patriots to ever take this country back and this is the last Republican candidate who will ever have a shot as president.

        I pray you are right about the election. All I can do is go vote. All my family are voting for Trump. The rest, it seems, don’t realize the consequences of a Hillary election. Personally, I am getting myself prepared emotionally for a Hillary win. We have to think ahead. I pray the FBI doesn’t indict her until after Obama is out of office. That way he can’t pardon her. I also think that once she is inaugurated, one of the first line of business if the Republicans keep congress, is for them to pass a law that no sitting president can pardon themselves. The POTUS must be subject to the same laws as the rest of the people. Don’t know if the Republicans will do that though, since they have shown themselves to be spineless in the past.

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    • Mandy, you might like this…

      Google Trends, Romney vs. Obama, 2012.
      https://www.google.com/trends/explore?date=2012-01-01%202012-12-31&geo=US-NY&q=vote%20romney,vote%20obama

      Obama clearly won NY.

      Now check out Trump vs. Clinton…

      https://www.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%2012-m&geo=US-NY&q=vote%20trump,vote%20clinton

      Trump is crushing all of NY (except for Syracuse). Will he be able to flip a 60% democrat state? Only Trump can do that I think. Google Trends looks simila for California too. California would be a huge flip. Most everyone is sick and tired if illegals here (and now they have drivers licenses too). Our roads are the worst I have ever seen them. I live in a very good city and it has no funds to fix our street lights.

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  • I’m watching Fox and most analyst say Trump can’t win without Florida. You have Florida as a toss-up. What’s with that? How can he win if he doesn’t get Florida?

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  • BTW – What do you think is going to happen with the Senate races? Are the Republicans going to lose any seats?

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  • I will make my prediction… Trump wins with 52.3% of the vote.

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  • Congratulations!

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  • HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN. Thanks for your optimism. God Bless.

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