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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Poll: Trump retakes lead from Hillary again

Rasmussen shows Republican ahead by 2 points nationally

Democrats must be having a fit.

Having launched a current president, a former president, a former vice president, Hollywood icons and salacious claims against Donald Trump, a poll released Thursday showed he has retaken the lead in the 2016 presidential race.

Rasmussen reported Trump was at 43 percent support among likely voters, while Hillary Clinton was at 41 percent.

The result was the first to come from polling taking fully after last Sunday’s debate between the two candidates.

Just a day earlier, Clinton was at 43 percent to Trump’s 39 percent.

Rasmussen Reports updates its White House Watch survey daily Monday through Friday and uses a three-day rolling average of 1,500 likely U.S. voters.

The Real Clear Politics Average of polls has Clinton leading by 6.2 points.

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3 comments:

lmclain said...

All he has to do is stick with the issues -- illegal immigration and its effects, $20 trillion in debt, blacks going backwards in income, inner cities destroyed by democrat rulers and policies, her documented legal issues, her stance on women's rights (the conflict in her position, actually), and on and on.
She has no answer that would make any sense to anyone but her cheerleaders.
The democrat strategy is to swamp the servile media with accusation after accusation, trying to leave Trump in the position of having to spend his time denying this stuff. CNN, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, etc., are on a loop of new accusations. ANYTHING except the issues.
They are helpless on that.

Anonymous said...

Never lost it.

Anonymous said...

She has NY, CA, NJ, and MI in the bag. Electorally, he has a very narrow path. And, the media won't report on the leaks. Get used to the inevitable- she will be the 45th President of the United States.