The two candidates have just about 19 days left to scramble for votes, with campaigns seemingly ramping up efforts even further in the battleground states that could ultimately decide the election. Meanwhile a pair of polls released by Investor's Business Daily/TIPP, show Clinton ahead by 2-points in a head to head matchup with Trump, besting him 43 percent to 41 percent, and Trump ahead by a single point when the field is expanded to include Stein and Johnson.
This follows a national trend where neither candidate is particularly popular, but Clinton is more popular than Trump. Only 10 percent of Russians said they would vote for Clinton. Now, going into the final debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, the IBD/TIPP presidential tracking poll gives Trump a 1-point edge over Hillary Clinton. Clinton leads Trump among likely voters in Virginia, 44-29 percent. The margin of error fluctuates by question between plus or minus 3 to 4.3 percentage points.
Trump now trails in RealClearPolitics' averages of recent national polls and polls in almost every swing state.
In a Mike Pence v Clinton election, pollers said Clinton would win 63 percent to 21 percent.
"From the results, it looks as if Gary Johnson and Jill Stein are drawing more support away from Clinton than Trump", said Ragavan Mayur, president of TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence, which conducts the poll.
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Reuters contacted a few of the poll respondents who said they felt that Trump had "committed sexual assault" but were still supporting his candidacy. The rest of those surveyed did not watch the debate.
Twenty-eight percent said the allegations were a deal breaker, 34 percent said they were a big deal but not a deal breaker, and 33 percent said they weren't a big deal. It had a credibility interval of 3 percentage points for all adults and 5 points for Republican voters. (The president drew more than 50% of the vote in both elections.) But it is not uncommon for a president to be elected without majority support.
For 39 percent of respondents, Barack Obama announcing his presidency for life would be better than either of the current candidates winning.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, (D), candidate for Democratic presidential nomination in 2015.
"We're in the first week of early voting. As I always say, I don't want to think if only I did one more rally, I would have won North Carolina", Trump said. Daily updates start Thursday and will continue until the election.