US Election 2016 Results , Latest Updates

Trump leads Clinton 53% to 43% among voters who are certain of their vote. Election 2016

US Presidential Contest Between Hillary Clinton and Trump is Tied Again in the White House Republican Donald Trump is holding on to his 10-point lead among those who’ve already made up their minds about how they will vote.

Hillary Clinton is the most vetted presidential candidate ever. Still comes out squeaky clean.

This is insane line at Cardenas Market on the Last Night of Early Voting


7 out of 10 Americans say that our country is going in the wrong direction. That only gets worse if Hillary Clinton is elected Election 2016

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Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton each with 44% support among Likely U.S. Voters. Libertarian Gary Johnson gets four percent (4%) of the vote, and Green Party candidate Jill Stein is at one percent (1%). Three percent (3%) like another candidate in the race, and four percent (4%) are undecided.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remained all tied for the fourth straight day, 44% to 44%, despite continuing revelations surrounding the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s emails and a possible “pay for play” scandal at the family Clinton Foundation, according to the latest IBD/TIPP presidential tracking poll.

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson gets 5% in the poll, while Green Party standard-bearer Jill Stein remains stuck at 2%.

In a head-to-head matchup excluding the third-party candidates, Hillary leads Trump 46% to 43.4%. A day earlier, Clinton stood at 45% to Trump’s 43.8%.

With just three days until Election Day, Clinton holds a 44.2% to 43.7% lead, or half a percentage point, in the unrounded IBD/TIPP polling data.

Breaking the two candidates’ support down further, some patterns have emerged. Trump is leading among all voters over age 45, while Clinton comfortably leads among the 18-44 set. Women and men are mirror images, with men preferring Trump over Clinton 48% to 40%, while women prefer Clinton over Trump by the exact same numbers.


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