Reuters/Ipsos poll: Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in U.S. presidential race

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Those outside of the D.C. beltway felt otherwise. He also suggested Clinton wasn’t getting enough credit, possibly because she’s a woman.

“Here’s the demand I’m making today to President Obama”, Trump said.

But it’s not just this poll that has shows the numbers moving in Clinton’s direction. Bernie Sanders at the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday, while Trump campaigned in Bedford Thursday.

GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is crowdsourcing his supporters for suggestions on how he could attack his Democratic rival in the second presidential debate.

In a two-way matchup, Friday’s poll has even more good news for Clinton: she leads Trump 49 percent to 44 percent.

At one point, Clinton accused Trump of having something to hide by not disclosing his tax returns, or not paying income taxes at all.

A consensus emerged on Tuesday, at least in USA media, that Clinton won the debate, watched by a record 84 million viewers in the United States, not counting those who tuned in on social media or those overseas.

The UPI/CVoter daily presidential tracking poll released Wednesday shows Hillary Clinton with a slim lead over Donald Trump of 0.17 percent. 42% of respondents said Holt was impartial.

North Carolina: Clinton 46, Trump 27, Johnson 19.

While 90 minutes of Trump will not have convinced swing voters that he is not a cliché salesman – all talks, no substance – Clinton will definitely not have won the hearts of voters sitting on the fence. He has yet to learn leading the country is not an episode of Celebrity Apprentice, even though he won the Republican nomination with this unconventional style.

But more votes are likely to be gained by attacking sexism than by criticizing Rosie O’Donnell. Half of those polled said they would watch the debate again. The August Suffolk poll of Nevadans showed her with a slimmer lead of two points.

PPP conducted its latest polls from September 27 to 28, after the general election’s first presidential debate.

Clinton 50, Trump 27, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson 15 percent, Green Party candidate Jill Stein 2 percent. They also provide a major platform for the candidates to try to win over millions of undecided voters. All three polls were conducted using live interviewers. The PPP poll was taken post-debate. So, is this poll more or less accurate than the others? Are they heading into the third party camps? I mean, I’m really proud of him for doing that. Trump later confirmed that he was indeed referring to the former president’s well-publicized affairs. He has to hammer those points home, especially after blowing a missed opportunity when Clinton rambled about cyber security on Monday.