Trump leads Clinton in two battleground states

Trump leads Clinton in two battleground states

Trump leads Clinton in two battleground states

Presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton maintains a narrow three point lead against her Republican rival Donald Trump nationally, a latest polls said today.

The new Quinnipiac University poll, which examined swing states, reveals that in Pennsylvania, Trump is up two points over Clinton, 43 percent to 41 percent. Last month Clinton was beating Trump in that battleground state, 42-41 percent.

A week before the Republican convention, Clinton said presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump would do little to heal the country.

The two White House hopefuls, meanwhile, remained in a dead heat with 41 percent apiece in OH - largely unchanged from the 40 to 40 percent tie they saw in June, the survey found.

In Ohio, Clinton leads among white voters with a college degree, 43 percent to 40 percent, as well as among nonwhite voters.

Although Trump's rhetoric on trade appeals to the wide margin of voters, they still think Clinton is more prepared to be president and more intelligent than the billionaire.

In Quinnipiac polls conducted last month, Clinton had an 8 percent lead in Florida and a similar virtual tie with Trump in the remaining two states.

Clinton, a polarizing figure for almost three decades in national political life, acknowledged that she, too, must contribute to the healing.

According to Quinnipiac University poll, Trump is edging out Clinton in Florida and Pennsylvania while tying her in Ohio.

Hillary's, despite being cleared of charges last week, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation testified that Hillary did lie to the American public about her email server. But Comey also called Clinton and her staffers "extremely careless" in the handling of classified material.

In her appeal to his supporters, Clinton sought to pick up his political mantle and pledged to overhaul Wall Street and the campaign finance system. Trump hinted the IN governor might be getting a new title, CBS News' Craig Boswell reported.

"In Florida, Donald Trump is getting only 21 percent of the non-white vote", Brown said.

Trump's family, including Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, also met privately with Christie Tuesday.

By wide margins, voters in each state agree with the statement, "The old way of doing things no longer works and we need radical change".

Clinton will spend the rest of the day at fundraisers in Chicago and St. Louis.

Trump's only real movement is in Florida, according to these polls; the OH and Pennsylvania numbers are relatively constant, within the margin of error.

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