A new poll of four swing states from Quinnipiac University shows Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump slipping in three likely must-win states.
A new round of opinion polls in the U.S. appear to send mixed signals about the trend in the race to the White House, with one showing less than a one-point gap between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, while another puts the Democrat a massive 14 points ahead of her Republican rival, reports PTI.
The result from the poll, conducted October 14-23, is in keeping with three other recent polls that showed Clinton within 3 or 4 percentage points of Trump in Texas. "She walked off that stage, of course she had a lot of people around; they had a lot of people around her, which was smart", Trump said.
Gary Mauro, the chairman for the Texas for Hillary Campaign, was in Abilene on Thursday.
Hillary Clinton enters the homestretch of the presidential race with a sizable fundraising lead over Republican rival Donald Trump.
"I would not be here lying to you: I believe with all of my heart that Hillary Clinton will be that president", she said.
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"If Trump does worse than normal Republicans, then some Republican candidates around the state all the way down to county positions and city positions will be anxious this election year", Ramsey said. Over the past two presidential election cycles, Democrats have held a significant cash advantage over Republicans at this point in the race.
And then he noted the difference between his economic plan and what Clinton proposed, joking to the Toledo crowd, "Just thinking to myself right now we should just cancel the election and just give it to Trump, right?"
"If the Clintons were willing to play this fast and loose with their enterprise when they weren't in the White House, just imagine what they'll do if given the chance to once again control the Oval Office", Trump said at a rally in Springfield, Ohio.
Majorities of Clinton and Trump supporters expect their candidate will win, but there's a clear gap in certainty. It has a margin of error of 2.4 percentage points in either direction for the registered voter sample.
"She speaks very badly of Putin, and I don't think that's smart", he said.