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How is Trump doing in the polls (and could he actually win?!)

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Zaira Scannapieco | 14 Ottobre, 2016, 15:35

Clinton won the second presidential debate, according to the poll.

Voters in the poll were questioned before the release of video footage of Trump from more than a decade ago making lewd comments about women and prior to Sunday's debate. CNN host Anderson Cooper was one of the two moderators at Sunday's debate.

Clinton's lead has continued to grow, last week she led Trump by five points.

His campaign struggling a month from Election Day, Donald Trump sharpened his rhetoric Wednesday from calling for Hillary Clinton's defeat to declaring "she has to go to jail" for using a homebrew email server and other charges of corruption while she was secretary of state. Lacey Dickinson, 28, says she leans toward Green Party candidate Jill Stein but could be persuaded to vote for Clinton.

Donald Trump may be free from the "shackles" of the Republican party establishment, but he has fallen behind Hillary Clinton according to a several new polls released in the wake of Trump's obscene comments about sexually assaulting women.

In a MI poll conducted at the end of the September, Clinton had a almost 7-point lead over her Republican rival.

While 61 percent of those polled said that "lots of men" engage in similar conversations, most of respondents said Trump is sexist.

Looking at the key swing states needed for either candidate to win the presidency, polls show Clinton with a nine-point lead in Pennsylvania and smaller leads in North Carolina and Florida.

The first speaker of the event - Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan - took a sly shot at Trump's reference to his comments being simply locker room talk.

Trump's running mate trying to right the ship, as the latest polling shows him losing ground, especially with women.

There's been evidence in the past two weeks that this was the obvious path. Clinton's campaign rightly points out their campaign is being endorsed by newspapers who have not endorsed a Republican in 100 years or ever.

"No men are not that way, real men aren't that way".

"Mr Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me".

Clinton said that "for his talk of putting America first", Trump doesn't support American industry with his products and projects. The results exclusively after the debate show a 7-point lead for Clinton in a four-way race.

The poll of 2,001 registered voters was conducted on Monday and included 1,757 likely voters with a margin of error of +/- three percentage points.

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