Sunday, 28 August 2016

Clinton Leads Trump by 5 points

Presidential runner Hillary Clinton in a new poll leads Donald Trump by 5%.

Acording to Reuters daily ttracking released on Friday 41% of likely  voters supported Hillary ahead of November 8 presidential election while 36 supported Trump. About 23% did not pick any candidate.

Her level of support varies between 41 and 45% during the Democrats and Republican convention.Her lead rose more by 12% on Tuesday.

For the past week Trump has accused her of fraud in her family foundation which she has continue to deny.

 Questions have also surfaced again about her use of a private email server and address rather than a government one during her period at the State Department.
Meanwhile, Trump and Clinton also sparred over who would be a better advocate for African Americans and other minorities, and Trump hinted he could soften his hard-line stance on immigration.

In a separate Reuters/Ipsos poll that includes candidates from small, alternative parties, Clinton leads the field by a smaller margin. Some 39 percent of likely voters supported Clinton in the four-way poll, compared with 36 percent for Trump, 7 percent for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and 3 percent for Green Party nominee Jill Stein.

Both polls were conducted online in English in all 50 states. They included 1,154 likely voters and have a credibility interval of 3 percentage points.


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