Clinton gives the dust to Trump by 8 percent
Latest surveys by Reuters and Ipsos show that Democratic candidate for U.S. presidency outruns her opponent
According to Reuters, 43 percent of American voters are ready to support Hillary Clinton at the forthcoming election, while 35 percent of the interviewees would vote for Donald Trump.
Back on Friday, Clinton beat Trump by six percent.
The survey was conducted from July 28 through August 1. Briefly before that, after the Republicans’ Convention in Cleveland, Trump managed to cut the distance of 13 percent-large gap between himself and Clinton.
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