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Tags: Trump Administration | Democrats 2016 | Donald Trump | GOP2016 | Hillary Clinton | Polls | polling

Poll: Trump and Clinton Most Likely to Ruin Thanksgiving Dinner

Poll: Trump and Clinton Most Likely to Ruin Thanksgiving Dinner
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Monday, 23 November 2015 12:43 PM

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take the top two spots in a poll — of which presidential candidates are most likely to say something to ruin Thanksgiving.

The left-leaning Public Policy Polling survey finds Trump the pick of 46 percent, and Clinton the choice of 22 percent of respondents who were asked who'd be "the most likely to say something inappropriate and ruin Thanksgiving Dinner."

Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders came in third, with 7 percent.

Among other presidential contenders, the poll finds:
  • Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio came in as the least likely to ruin the feast, with just 1 percent
  • Jeb Bush and Ben Carson: 6 percent.
  • Texas Sen. Ted Cruz: 4 percent
  • Not sure: 8 percent
Given the choice from the same field as to who'd they like to have over to their house for Thanksgiving, the respondents picked:
  • Clinton: 24 percent
  • Carson: 18 percent
  • Trump: 17 percent
  • Sanders: 11 percent
  • Cruz: 8 percent
  • Rubio: 6 percent
  • Bush: 6 percent
  • Not sure: 9 percent
The margin of error is plus or minus 2.7 percent.

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take the top two spots in a poll - of which presidential candidates are most likely to say something to ruin Thanksgiving.
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