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An ABC/Washington Post Poll, published on Tuesday, depicts that Hillary Clinton, Democratic Presidential Nominee, is left behind by Donald J. Trump, Republican Presidential Nominee, just only for 1 point.
Sudden declaration of FBI director about reopening the emails, sent by a Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, cause this unusual change in the Presidential Polls 2016 since last two week.
Though others pollsters of Presidential Polls 2016 are saying different facts, Donald Trump got excited about the poll result on ABC/Washington post polls, who always criticized media for yellow journalism. “Wow, now leading at ABC/Washington post poll 46 to 45. Gone up to 12 points in two weeks, mostly before the Crooked Hillary Blow-Up!”, Trump tweeted on Tuesday on 8 a.m.
Most of the polls published on Tuesday still showing Clinton is leading ahead of Trump, but Trump gained this 1 point temporary victory when the news concerning Abedin’s emails was announced on Friday.
Top one Pollster on Presidential Polls 2016, The Real Clear Politics average of state and national polls depicts Clinton is still in the top by 2.2 points. Trump is on 45.3 percent voter support, comparing to Clinton’s 47.5 percent.
FiveThirtyEight, 2nd top pollster in the Presidential Polls 2016, says Clinton got more than 10 percent dip since last Tuesday, when her chance of winning was 85 percent. Chances of winning the US Presidential Election 2016 of Trump has increased to 25 percent, meanwhile Clinton has dropped to 74.1 percent.
The Upshot pollster, another renowned one in the Presidential Polls 2016, shows a slight depression for Clinton and a slight increase of Trump. Per this pollster, Clinton has 88 percent chance of winning in the, Next Tuesday, The US Presidential Election.
On the question of possessing the personality and leadership qualities essential for someone to be president on the Gallup survey, for Presidential Polls 2016, published that Trump is on 32 percent respondent choice comparing to Clinton’s 51 percent support.
“Voters rate Trump worse than any other presidential candidate in Gallup’s records on having the personality and leadership qualities a president should have,” said Gallup.
Moody’s Analytics Model, which has exactly foreseen the winner of every presidential election since 1980, says that Clinton will win next week’s US Presidential Election 2016. The model also says that Clinton will get 332 electoral votes, on the contrary Trump will get 206 votes.
53 percent voters are now saying that they are “very enthusiastic” about their choice for the businessman-turned-politician compared to 45 percent of Hillary Clinton.
Comey’s announcement on Friday to review the emails of Hillary also cost her 7 points among the strongly supporter of her, says the Presidential Polls 2016.
Among the strongly Republican states, Trumps tops Clinton by wide 60 to 34 percent and Clinton’s support in strongly Democratic States is a little bit lower, 54 percent to 37 percent.
Based on three economic factors and three political factors, Moody’s Analytics model suggests that Clinton has made sure victory on some crucial states; Ohio, Pennsylvania, Colorado and Florida.
On the ABC poll, they both toss up in other swing states; Arizona, North Carolina and Utah, in the latest Presidential Polls 2016.
The support among GOP-Leaning independents Trump got 80 percent to 86 percent votes and among the not-interested people on election, Trump has also cut a new edge, 54 percent to 25 percent, as per latest Presidential Polls 2016. May be the saddest news for Clinton is that Trump is also gaining support among Democratic Leaning independents – from 5 percent to 9 percent