Updated State Poll Page Features

With the November match-up between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump now set (in all likelihood), we've updated our polling content for the general election.

On the polling home page, you can review the most recent general election poll for each state. Initially sorted by date, these can be sorted alphabetically, or by competitiveness. Each state listed has a link to polling detail for the state, as well as a new 'when did it last happen?' feature.

Using Florida as an example, the top part of the page lists the available Clinton vs. Trump general election polls.

Where sufficient polling is available, an average is displayed. It is also easy to compare the two most recent surveys by the same pollster.

The 2nd part of the page introduces a new feature that displays the various combinations for state and election winner and when it last happened. For example, the last time a Republican won Florida while a Democrat won the election was in 1992. 

You can view each map on the poll page by selecting the year or click/tap the map for more details about the specific presidential election.

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