05 October, 2016
Clinton's 3-point edge is right on the poll's 3-point margin of error.
The Libertarian Party's Gary Johnson picked up 13 percent while Green Party candidate Jill Stein received four percent.
Fifty-seven percent of likely Nevada voters also thought that Clinton had won Monday's first presidential debate-reiterating responses from a range of analysts, pundits and polls following their one-on-one debate.
In a separate poll that included alternative party candidates, Clinton led the field by 4 percentage points.
A new poll of likely voters in Florida shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a virtual tie with Election day less than two months away.
She's ahead by the same margin in New Hampshire, taking 42 percent of the vote to Trump's 35 percent, according to a WBUR poll.
Around 57 percent of likely voters, who watched the debate, said Clinton was a better contestant than Trump, who was favoured by just 23 percent.
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They proceeded to win the next five holes, not even needing the 17th or 18th, beating Sergio Garica and Martin Kaymer 4 & 2. McIlroy and Pieters never trailed against Johnson and Kuchar, handing them their first loss in four Ryder Cup matches.
Cabrera homer gives Tigers win against Indians
I'm wanting that feeling and this team's wanting that feeling and hopefully we can get it done these next four games". Once the managers returned to their respective clubhouses, the grounds crew pulled the tarp back on the infield.
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The badge is similar to the "Baby on board!" for pregnant women, but the Tube operator was quick to distance itself. Many commuters took to Twitter to express their disdain.
Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in USA presidential race - Reuters/Ipsos poll was posted in World of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on October 01, 2016 and was last updated on October 01, 2016.
National opinion polls have differed this year in how they measure support for Clinton and Trump.
"Hillary Clinton's strong debate performance resonated with women in Nevada", said David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center in Boston.
In the Fox poll, 28% of likely voters found the economy/jobs/unemployment to be the most important issue facing the country.
The poll was conducted September 27-29 among 911 likely voters.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll is conducted online in English in all 50 states.