When you read the polls that EXCLUDE Johnson/Weld --- pay attention to how the numbers add up. They are missing a big chunk and are therefore sketchy at best. If Clinton is leading Trump 43 to 40 in a particular race -- there's 17% refusing to choose. So as much as I hate polls. Especially since the "home phone" disappeared -- the analysis is in watching the uncommitted OR looking at polls that INCLUDE the Lib Party and/or Greens. Gary Johnson Beating Trump Among African-Americans, Neck-and-Neck Among Millennials, in New Battleground State Poll A newly released poll by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, done for a couple of Democratic Party-associated operations, covered nine battleground states and has some encouraging and/or just interesting results for Libertarian Gary Johnson. The survey was of 2700 likely voters and conducted from June 11-20. Across those nine states (Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin) some big picture stuff: Clinton 45 percent, Trump 38, Johnson 11 Johnson beats Trump among African-Americans, 7 percent to 5 Johnson beats his overall 11 percent average slightly with Hispanics, with 12 percent Johnson neck-and-neck with Trump with millennials, 22 percent to Trump's 24. Johnson's Gen X support also beats his overall average, at 13 percent. With Boomers, though, he's only pulling 5 percent. Five percent of identified Democrats say they'll vote Johnson; 11 percent of identified Republicans say the same. Identified independents are going for Johnson 24 percent (Trump has 33, Clinton 32 of that group). Without Johnson as a choice, Clinton does 4 percent better, Trump does 3 percent better, and "other/don't know" does 4 percent better. Some state-specific results show Johnson beating his nine-state 11 percent average in Ohio (14), Pennsylvania (13), Wisconsin (16), and Michigan (12). Johnson's worst state among the nine is North Carolina, where he's pulling only 8 percent.