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New national polling from CNN-ORC shows a wide swing toward Clinton over the past month. In early September, she trailed Trump by one point in the same poll — polling that was ahead of the trend showing the race narrowing. The new poll has Clinton up by five points, a six-point swing that seems to be in large part a function of her strong debate performance.
Clinton was trailing with men by 20 points; now she trails by four. She was trailing with independents, she now leads. For the past week or two, the national race has been fairly static, with Clinton enjoying about a three-point lead. (The RealClearPolitics average hasn't yet included the new CNN numbers.)
Instituting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s no-fly zone in Syria would require going to war [with Russia], according to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
If he had half the composure of a fifth grader he'd have no problem beating her.
Donald Trump's polling slump seems to have arrived
Tuesday, October 04, 2016
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a virtual tie one week after their first debate.
The latest Rasmussen Reports White House Watch national telephone and online survey of Likely U.S. Voters shows Clinton with 42% support and Trump with 41%
Rasmussen White House Watch
originally posted by: thinline
If Clinton has momentum, wouldn't you see that in the turn out of her speaking events? She needs her friends in the teachers unions, to bus in students for her events...that's not momentum
if you think she got a bounce from winning the first debate, wouldn't future debates also influence the election??
originally posted by: WilburnRoach
a reply to: Profusion
Clinton clearly has the momentum and the next debate is right around the corner.
A huge crowd will continue to watch the next two debates, does anyone think Trump can step up to the plate and win any? Or is the rest of the election season gonna be about Trump raging?
originally posted by: Profusion
Should Trump start campaigning on the fact that a vote for Hillary Clinton could likely be a vote for a war with Russia?
I think that's a far more important issue than whether Clinton passed the bar exam when she was in her twenties. How about a simple message from Trump:
Voting for Clinton means war with Russia.