Posted on 11/2/2016 7:20:32 AM
The margin between both the Republican Party candidate and Democratic Party candidate, Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton have been very close. Just a few days ago everyone thought that Trump would not be able to win after the latest presidential polls resulted that he was 12-points behind Clinton. However, in just a couple of days, he managed to tie the scores, and get ahead of Clinton, 46-45.
The poll was conducted by ABC News and The Washington Post from Oct 27-30, according to reports, the reason behind Clinton’s graduate slip is the email controversy the FBI has been investigating, even after the case was declared closed.
Credits for this goes to WikiLeaks which first targeted Trump by leaking a locker-room conversation which cost him valuable votes, followed by another batch of emails that hint the Clinton campaign had help from the inside, which is why Clinton was able to have the upper hand in the debates.
Overall, the latest presidential polls results showed that there had been a shift in the number of supporters Democratic Party’s nominee had. By 53 to 43 percent, more Trump supporters say they are "very enthusiastic" about him, compared with Thursday and Friday when Trump's edge was negligible (53 percent vs. 51 percent).
According to the polling results. 1 in 5 people have already voted for their respected candidate as some states allow pre-election voting, meaning 21% of total votes have already been submitted. While 24% (one-quarter) have stated they would like to put in their votes early in-person before Election Day. Despite that, Clinton still seems to have the upper hand compared to Trump.
On the other hand, The Telegraph has conducted a poll based on Electoral College votes, showing that educated students are more likely to vote for Democratic Party’s candidate rather than the nominee from the Republican Party, Trump.
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