a reply to: sycomix
"The Iowa poll, showing Johnson at 16%, comes from Evolving Strategies/Ballotpedia, and the poll was conducted from June 10th through the 22nd.
The New Mexico poll, with Johnson at 14%, was taken last month and comes from PPP.
The Utah poll, with Johnson at 16%, comes from Gravis. Survey USA gives Johnson 13% in Utah.
The Alaska number, with Johnson at 19%, comes from 538.com.
Other states with Johnson polling well include Michigan (12%), Ohio (15% or 14%), and Arizona (10%).
Florida - Johnson 14% (Evolving Strategies poll, June 10-22)
Michigan - Johnson 14% (Evolving Strategies poll, June 10-22) [Previous poll was 12%]
Pennsylvania - Johnson 13% (Evolving Strategies poll, June 10-22)
Virginia - Johnson 11% (Evolving Strategies poll, June 10-22) [Previous poll was at 6%]
Wisconsin - Johnson 16% (Greenberg Quinlan Rosner poll ,released June 30th)
North Carolina - Johnson 10% (Evolving Strategies poll, released June 29th)
New Hampshire - Johnson 10% (Greenberg Quinlan Rosner poll ,released June 30th)
California - Johnson 10% (Field Poll, released July 5th)
Vermont - Johnson 10% (FM3 Poll, released July 7th)
Colorado - Johnson 13% (released July 13th) there. [Previous poll was at 9%]
These are great numbers, especially considering almost no money has yet been spent on the campaign. In many states, Johnson's already polling very
close to 15% or 538 is estimating numbers close to 15%. "
Maybe if we can get into the debates that would vastly improve our chances.
edit on 15-7-2016 by John_Rodger_Cornman because: changed