Which States Will Hillary Clinton Win? Electoral Map Predictions For Democratic Nominee
Ballots went out last week, and Democrats have been increasing their advantage over Republicans as people cast their votes. We've been hearing ever since the drop of the Billy Bush you-know-what tape that it's all over for Trump.
The latest polls that have tightened the race are tracking polls.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump officially opened the Trump International Hotel, located less than a mile from the White House, Wednesday morning, less than two weeks before the election. In a hypothetical two-way race, Trump has 46 percent to Clinton's 45 percent. A Quinnipiac University survey - taken after the the release of the "Access Hollywood" recording of Trump and following the second presidential debate - showed Clinton leading by 4 percentage points, 48% to 44%.
When likely voters were asked their preferences in a four-way match up, Clinton received 49% of the vote, compared to Trump's 21%, Johnson's 14%, and Stein's 5%. That followed a hard period for Trump, in which a series of women accused him of sexual assault (which he has denied), he refused to say whether he will accept the legitimacy of the election if Clinton won and she was widely seen as having prevailed in their final debate.
Clinton, meanwhile, dodged a question about whether she would meet one-on-one with Trump after the election.
The Democratic nominee, who narrowly lost the nomination to Barack Obama in 2008 in large part because of millennials, is now doing better than Obama in 2012 in almost every category of young voters. Republican nominee Donald Trump meanwhile will likely take GOP-leaning states like Texas (worth 38 electoral votes), MS (worth 6 electoral votes) and Louisiana (worth 8 electoral votes).
The Management Resource Group survey shows Clinton with a four point lead with beer drinkers, a 9 point lead with wine drinkers and a staggering 24 percent lead with hard liquor consumers in MI.
They included new tax incentives for inner cities, new micro-loans for African-Americans to start companies and hire workers and a plan to reinvest money from suspended refugee programs in inner cities. While the measure's imperfect (it is not limited to competitive districts and doesn't cover Senate races), it indicates challenges for Clinton forces as they seek to turn her support into a broader Democratic wave. The plurality, 42 percent, say given just that choice, they wouldn't vote for either one.
The interview comes two weeks before the November 8 election, with Trump trailing badly in the polls.
It might be stunning implosion of ObamaCare, which everyone knows is not going away if Hillary is elected. These members say publicly they want to see how a final spending deal plays out and instead of voting in mid-November vote sometime in December. This means that even if Trump were to win all the toss-ups on the map, he would still narrowly lose the election.
Twenty-one percent of Florida believes the biggest issue facing the U.S. is the "terrorist threat from the Islamic State, also known as ISIS", while 17 percent believe it's "unemployment and jobs", 15 percent health care and 13 percent "A decline in real income for American workers".
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Trump said his plan for curbing the debt is to take back jobs from other countries, cut taxes and "repeal and replace Obamacare". As previously reported, Clinton was asked by debate moderator Chris Wallace on Wednesday how far her beliefs go about abortion.
Consumer groups welcomed the settlement announcement. "This is not enough to deter the kind of behavior they did", he said. To date, almost 340,000 owners have registered to take part in the settlement, and only about 3,500 owners have opted out.
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In this new remastered show, we'll expect to see the zany Fraggles as they work besides the hardworking Doozers. Look for " Fraggle Rock " on all of HBO's broadcast channels as well as HBO Go and HBO Now.
As the first release in Android's new " regular maintenance schedule ", Google calls 7.1 an "incremental release". For Nexus owners, you can start getting a taste for the new enhancements (sans Google Assistant , of course).
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Early voting begins today in WV
Regardless of the reasons or the issues, the fact people are voting in record numbers bodes well for the republic. House of Representatives, and judges of the circuit court, court of appeals and court of special appeals.
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LA Times Tracking Poll: Trump, Clinton Tied
The survey found that Clinton has the support of 88 percent of Democrats and Trump has the backing of 72 percent of Republicans. Asked if they intend to vote, 86.1 percent supporting Clinton say they plan to vote, along with 85.7 percent who support Trump.