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A new Zogby Analytics online survey of 875 likely voters, conducted between 6/28/16 - 6/29/16 with a margin of error of +/- 3.4 percentage points, shows Hillary Clinton with a two point lead, 39%-37%, over Donald Trump in the latest Zogby Analytics national survey. Almost one in five (17%) are not sure, while Gary Johnson receives 5% and Jill Stein receives 3%. Trump has been able to close the gap in key groups such as the all important Independent and middle class likely voters, which is explained in further detail below.
A new Zogby Analytics Interactive survey of 1,003 Chinese Business Leaders, conducted between 6/17/16 - 6/22/16 with a margin of error of +/- 3.2 percentage points, shows Chinese Business Leaders favor the presumptive Republican nominee slightly more than his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
According to official statistics, the overall inflation rate for the United States through the 12 months that ended in April 2016 is 1.1%. In a new Zogby Analytics national online survey of 1005 American adults*, we tested subjective perception of how much prices have increased or decreased during the previous year. We have found that perceived inflation is much higher than the official number.