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NY presidential polls 2016: Who's leading, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

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Irmina Pasquarelli | 13 Ottobre, 2016, 01:36

A new campaign ad from Republican candidate Donald Trump has once again brought up the issue concerning the health status of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Twelve percent favor one of the third-party candidates and 10 percent are unsure. The previous Real Clear Politics poll average in OH for the four-way race showed a dead heat, with Clinton up 44 percent to Trump's 43.5 percent. A new just-released poll of over 1100 likely voters, a large sample for a statewide poll, taken immediately following the second presidential debate Sunday night and ending 7 PM Tuesday evening shows the Democratic nominee winning 48% to 38% in a head-to-head matchup.

Lauren Copeland, political science professor and associate director of the university's poll, said the findings reinforce OH as a bellwether state. Of the 59% of OH voters who watched the debate, 52% said Clinton won, and only 31% said Trump.

"When the polls showed Trump in the lead [before the first presidential debate], some suggested that Ohio's importance in electoral politics might be declining". About 47 percent of Clinton supporters are more about keeping Trump out of the White House, while 63 percent of those who supported Trump said they did so to stop Clinton from winning on November 8.

Political science professor Tom Sutton, director of the institute, said undecided voters and some third-party supporters are moving towards Mrs. Clinton.

The Ohio poll also showed Sen. It has a margin of error of +/- 3 percentage points for registered voters.

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