Posted on 10/31/2016 8:36:14 AM
According to the latest presidential polls, Donald Trump is just 2-point behind Democratic Party candidate, Hilary Clinton. With hardly a week and a few more days to the US elections, Trump has managed to recover his campaign to surpass Clinton.
Previous, according to the latest presidential polls, Clinton led the campaign by 12 points, in which Clinton had the support of 50% of the voters while 38% supported Trump. Now, Clinton maintains just a 2-point lead. The results of this pole came forth on Saturday, October 29. The survey was conducted by ABC News and The Washington Post, in which the results showed that out of all voters, 47% support Clinton while 45% support Republican Party nominee Donald Trump.
That two-point advantage is well within the poll’s margin of error of three percentage points. The poll, however, was conducted earlier this week, before Friday’s revelations from the FBI that more emails were found that appear “pertinent” to the probe of Clinton’s private email server use, according to CBS News.
On the other hand, Donald Trump is expecting to change the direction of the elections, after the FBI released another batch of emails, while Clinton’s campaign is taking out all of their furry on FBI Director, James Comey. NBC News also mentions that despite how close the race to the Oval Office may be, 59% of overall voters expect Democratic Party candidate and nominee, Hilary Clinton to will the title of the first female President of the United Stated of America.
The report also adds that early voting has already commenced in couple of the states, however, this may impact the decision of the voters because of the latest developments which are surfacing in the FBI investigation of Clinton’s private server could still move the needle before Election Day. So far, the investigation has revealed that the computer through which the emails were sent belonged to ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner of New York, husband of Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin.
The question is, will Trump be able to cover the margin in time of the elections? Or, will Hilary Clinton find a way to surpass him once again?<