"I got a letter from a mom the other day who said her adopted son asked her with a shaky voice if President Trump will send him back to Ethiopia", Clinton said in a Wednesday speech in Springfield, Ill.
Last week, the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, recommended no criminal charges be filed against Mrs. Clinton over her handling of classified information on a private email server, but he called her actions "extremely careless". That number represents a five percent increase from a CBS News poll last month.
Hillary Clinton may still have the best odds of winning the general election, but as she prepares to officially receive her party's nomination at the Democratic National Convention later this month, a new poll reveals just how bruised and bloodied her candidacy has become.
Forty percent of registered voters now say they support Clinton, while a matching percentage said they intend to vote for Trump.
At this meeting Trump was also filmed criticizing Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's religious credibility by saying, "We don't know anything about Hillary in terms of religion". Twenty-four percent said she did nothing wrong.
"The good news for Hillary Clinton is that she is still even or ahead of Donald Trump in these three critical states in the aftermath of the FBI's report on her email controversy", says Dr.
The race remains tied with Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson added to the mixed, as Clinton and Trump are each at 36 percent compared to 12 percent for Johnson.
According to the Pew Research Center survey, "religious nones" - people who are atheist, agnostic or "nothing in particular" - largely support Clinton. "If Trump wins a few of those states, he could come out on top". Just 22 percent of black voters said too much attention was being paid. Clinton is heading to Capitol Hill to meet with Senate Democrats before joining Virginia Sen. She argued that, though the issue of immigration reform was long "hotly contested", the debate is over - except in "some circles". There, almost half of Pennsylvania voters say Trump is more trustworthy than Clinton. Around this time in 2012, a similar poll was taken and showed President Barack Obama at 46 percent and then opponent Mitt Romney losing by only one percentage point.