NY DailyNews: Tohle už Hillary neustojí!! Průzkumy favorizují Trumpa po celých Státech!

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Pokud jste od začátku hezky česky pochybovali, teď už nemusíte! Donald Trump ukazuje Hillary záda! U nás z toho bude asi smutný jen Michal Horáček, který na ni vsadil 100 tisíc, my to ale rozhodně nebudeme! Konečně se ukazuje, že ta negativní vlna, od začátku připravená spřátelenými médii, nemohla vydržet! Trump ale navíc voliče zmobilizoval do naprosté odhodlanosti, takže nehrozí, že by snad zůstali doma. Donald se prostě ukázal jako lepší vůdce, který obstojí i v neznámém a špinavém prostředí. Na Floridě už s přehledem soupeřku drtí o 4 procenta!! A Hillary, škoda mluvit. Přestože měla vše naservírováno od médií, stejně to nepomohá, skandály posledních dní dělají jen definitivní tečku za oponou její kariéry, která se pomalu spouští. 22 milionů lidí už odvolilo v předčasném hlasování, ti ostatní ale přešlapy přehlédnout nemůžou, cesta do Pennsylvania Avenue 1600 se zdá být pro Trumpa krásně umetena. My si bouchneme první šampaňské, ty další si ale ještě týden schováme. Potom ale vypukne nefalšované veselí!

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Donald Trump now holds a lead over Hillary Clinton in a poll that gave the Democrat a whopping 12-point advantage about week ago, though other surveys show far less movement in a race that’s slowly been trending Trump’s way for the past two weeks.

According to the latest Washington Post-ABC News Tracking Poll, conducted by Langer Research Associates and released Tuesday, 46% of likely voters are supporting Trump while 45% are behind Clinton.

Trump’s single-point lead marks only the second time this year that Trump has led Clinton, and the first time since May.

Clinton held a hearty lead over the Republican just days ago. On Oct. 22, in the wake of the three presidential debates and as Trump was still grappling with the fallout of the many women who accused him of unwanted sexual advances, the same survey showed Clinton leading by 50%-38%.But ABC had Clinton in much better shape then — and much worse shape now — than most other reputable pollsters. Other surveys have shown a gradual tightening of the race since the end of the presidential debates, but initial polling hasn’t found nearly as dramatic a shift as ABC and the Washington Post’s data suggested.

Clinton has a 2.5 percentage point lead in RealClearPolitics‘ average of national polling in a four-way race, and a 5.6 percentage point lead in Huffington Post’s polling average as of Tuesday morning.

The handful of surveys that have been conducted in their entirety since Friday’s bombshell that the FBI had discovered new emails from top Clinton aide Huma Abedin while separately investigating her estranged husband Anthony Weiner, have shown little to no movement in the race, though it remains too soon to fully assess the damage caused by the news. Democrats admit the few swing states where Trump had been performing well are looking increasingly out of reach for him — Ohio and Iowa. But Republicans privately concede that Trump still has a very narrow path to victory in the Electoral College even if the national race is as tight as recent surveys suggest.

That news, spurred by a letter from FBI Director James Comey, hasn’t fully been accounted for in recent polling, as it takes people a few days to digest news and polling is a lagging indicator of how voters are feeling. But it came at the end of one of the rougher weeks for Clinton in months, with news of Obamacare rate spikes, new questions from WikiLeaks-released hacked emails of her top campaign staffer about how the Clinton Foundation operated all dogging her campaign.Clinton had been up by 2 points on ABC’s tracking poll before the FBI news broke on Friday, so the race has remained statistically tied. A Morning Consult/Politico poll found her with a 3-point lead both before and after the news. Democratic and Republican strategists privately tell the Daily News that while the race had been tightening for days, the FBI news hasn’t dramatically reshaped a race that has been marked by partisan polarization from the start.

Her lead narrowed throughout the week, plummeting to just four points by Friday and two on Saturday. By Sunday, she had a single-point advantage over the GOP businessman, with 46% of voters, compared to his 45%.

Clinton’s lead diminished and then vanished as FBI Director James Comey announced Friday that his bureau would investigate new emails possibly related to Clinton’s use of a private email server.

Trump has repeatedly claimed that the nation’s polls are rigged — but he seemed to celebrate the system and his newfound lead Tuesday.

Even if the race is tied nationally, Trump faces a tough path to victory. State-level polling tends to lag even behind national polling to reflect recent shifts in the race, but Clinton still looks strong in a number of key swing states. And early voting numbers have overall looked good for Clinton as well, as the Daily News reported on Monday.

Early voting indicates that Nevada, Colorado and Virginia are all breaking for Clinton, while numbers in Florida and North Carolina, both must-wins for Trump, suggest a coin-flip contests in both states.

Pennsylvania, which doesn’t have early voting, is another crucial state for Trump. Recent surveys show Clinton is maintaining a comfortable lead there as well — a new Franklin & Marshall College poll released Tuesday found her with an 11-point lead, though other surveys have found Clinton with a smaller lead.

Trump needs to essentially sweep every state that’s been viewed as a battleground this election (Iowa, Ohio, North Carolina, and Florida) and then pick off a state that has leaned for months towards Clinton, whether it’s one like Wisconsin or Michigan that hasn’t seen as much recent campaign action but where he’s traveled in recent days.


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