The United States’ 2016 presidential Polls are programmed on November 8, 2016. This is going to be the 58th quadrennial presidential election. The voters will select the presidential electors who in order will vote for the new president and the vice-president.
As a consequence of the Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution, the serving US president Mr. Barack Obama is not eligible for a third term of his presidency.
Know the 2016 election Candidates
There are a number of Republicans and Democrats hopeful to win the White House in 2016. But who are the most promising? What the latest polls indicate? Who are most heavy-weight candidates from the long list?
Donald John Trump Sr.: This American business tycoon, television personality and author expressed his interest in becoming a candidate for 2012President Pollin 2010but on May 16, 2011; he announced that he would not run. But this year he is one of the most heavy weight presidential candidates.
John Ellis Bush: The 63-year-old Republican and the brother of former US President George W. Bush and the son of former President George H.W. Bush launched his promotion on June 15 with a speech at Miami Dade College.
Ben Carson: A retired neurosurgeon and the winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2008 for his work.He became politically known forhis speech at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013.
Chris Christie: He is eminent for having a moderate-to-conservative record in New Jersey and strongly protecting that record against critics, including teachers’ union members.
Hillary Clinton: She is the most known and celebrated candidate in the contest. Clinton declared her presidential runwhile launching her election campaign on April 12 through a video message.
Joe Biden: Though yet not declared, but he is highly speculated for the presidential run. In 2008, Biden ran for president but dropped out after getting only 1% votes in the Iowa Caucuses.
Lincoln Chafee: He in the end switched to the Democratic Party after serving the Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate from 1999 to 2007as the 74th governor as a Republican member. He officially declared his 2016 presidential elections candidature on June 3, 2015.
Latest election polls
A report on latest polls recently shows Democrat Hillary Clinton would supposedly beat real estate industrialist Republican Donald Trump in 2016 presidential polls by3% points.Reports also showed that Clinton is leading with 44% for the Democrats whereas Trump is leading the Republicans with 30% in polls.