The debate "Yeeha. trump leads clinton by a point" was started by
November 2, 2016, 10:40 am.
13 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 3 people are on the disagree side.
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Blue_ray posted 1 argument, RogueAmerican posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Blue_ray, Bodaciouslady16, RogueAmerican, DebateKing1000, Eruptionz, allyssa and 7 visitors agree.
Radhikadhawan and 2 visitors disagree.
While I think Trump has a really hard path to get to 270, it is possible for him to do so. I have a feeling that if he is elected the US will probably feel very much like the UK did after their brexit vote.... A little confused, regretful, uncertain, and probably swindled.
By strong, i mean he has a 3 point average in Ohio.
It was an abc poll that stated he was up by one, nationally. (Clinton has like 1.7 lead nationally. Florida is virtually tied with him winning the average of polls as of yesterday. He is winning decisively in Iowa and a CNN poll has him up by six in Nevada and 3 in Arizona. He is winning the average of all polls in those two states. He also is surprisingly strong in Ohio.
North Carolina is virtually tied with a small Clinton edge in early voting. However, it should be noted that all the demographics Clinton does well are down. These are the same demographics that Obama had in bigger margins, but still lost the state.
Colorado is actually looking very good for Trump and I am suprised. It is very close, and the same comes from NH polls that were released today. I cam go on and I just want to twll Blue-Ray. He was not wrong about that poll that had him up by one.
Hes within the margin of error so i dont know. Dang early voters :(
the polls have closed up a bit. but he is still trailing in the states that actually matter. my knowledge of how American elections work is a little light but as I understand it it doesn't matter if he gets 50% or 100% of most states. if he loses the small handful of swing states then he loses the election. the polls I've seen say he will lose in most if the swing states.
sorry buff. maybe i was misinformed by my newspaper. I live in India. and maybe the newspaper i read, is not up to date.
and even more than this, she is beating him in pretty well all of the swing states. unless something very unexpected happens he can't win with the current poll numbers.
I'm curious where you are getting your polling numbers. All the ones I've seen still show Clinton beating Trump by a small margin.