Presidential Polls: Here Are the Latest Trump vs. Hillary Polls
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Latest Trump vs. Hillary Polls
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With the recent turn of events in the media over Trump’s derogatory comments about women (caught on tape) it’s safe to say that Hillary is looking pretty confident right now. And there’s no better time to be sitting pretty, than tonight at the third and final presidential debate!  She fought hard throughout the first two presidential debates, and there are expectations that she may win the third tonight. Having said that, here are the latest presidential polls.

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Recently, many women have come forward and accused Donald Trump of sexually assaulting them in the past. Trump claims to respect women, but his actions prove otherwise. Take for example, the famous audio tape from 2005 that was recently uncovered, in which Trump talks about women in a sexually aggressive way. As a result, his fan following has dropped considerably. If you want to know more about the presidential polls and the Trump vs. Clinton polls, then you need to keep reading.

There are only three weeks are left until the presidential elections, and it seems that Hillary Clinton remains ahead of Donald Trump in the polls. According to the latest polls, Clinton has a six-point lead over Trump. Clinton was leading Trump by seven points last week (45%-38%) and by two points in early October (44%-42%). It has been estimated that Gary Johnson stands at five percent and Green Party’s, Jill Stein at three percent.

Sources further claim that Clinton’s chance of being the next president of the United States are 90% compared to Trump, who has a 10% chance. The presidential election polls as of September 26 between Clinton and Trump is 52% and 48% respectively.

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Clinton and Trump will face each other again tonight (Wednesday, October 19) for the third presidential debate, which will be held in Las Vegas. Moderator, Chris Wallace of Fox News will be asking the two candidates specific questions on debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign hot spots, and their fitness to be president. The debate will start at 9:00 p.m. EST.

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Donald’s numbers have gone down, likely because of the recent sexual harassment claims made against him, after multiple women have come forward with accusations. Clinton’s votes remain unchanged, even though many are still deterred by her deleted e-mails scandal. According to FiveThirtyEight, it is predicted that Hillary Clinton will receive 49% of the vote and Donald Trump will win 42% votes. Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson, is estimated to get 7 percent votes. For a candidate to become the next president, he or she needs 270 Electoral College votes.

It is a well-established fact that neither of the candidates is seen as honest. 67% of the people think Hillary Clinton is lying about the way her e-mails were handled while she was the Secretary of State. 51% of the voters believe that Donald Trump is lying about the allegations made against him by women.

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There’s no denying that the public doesn’t really favor either of these two candidates, and many poked fun at the fact that this is who it has come down to. However, Donald Trump seems to be in deeper water than Hillary Clinton. She has a negative rating of four points as compared to Donald Trump, who has a negative rating of 19 points.

While the elections are in November, both Clinton and Trump are trying their best to win votes from the people. Tonight, the third presidential debate will be the final blow and voters may finally get a clear picture of exactly who they should be voting for. The topics that will be discussed in the third presidential debate are imperative for the future of the United States. After all, either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be the president of the country!

Who do you support? Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? According to you, who should be the next president of the United States of America? Let us know your opinion about the election in the comments section below. Also, don’t forget to watch the third presidential debate tonight (Wednesday, October 19) at 9:00 p.m. EST!

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