US elections - Trump and Clinton rate equal now
Hillary Clinton has lost her significant advantage over her closest competitor Donald Trump. Now they rate equal
US candidate from the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton has lost her significant advantage over her closest competitor - a republlican Donald Trump. Now they rate equal.
This is showed by the latest survey New York Times/CBS News, published by The New York Times.
According to the recent survey, 67% of voters said that Hillary Clinton is "of credence". This is 5% more than in the previous survey, conducted a month ago. At the same time, the no-confidence level to Trump is also very high - 62%, although it remained stable.
Therefore, Clinton's 6% advantage over the Republican candidate Donald Trump, according to the survey, is "vanished" now.
Now the ratings of both candidates are equal. The results of the survey show that each of the candidates have the support of 40% of voters.
See also: Trump: Voting for Brexit ‘fantastic’
The national survey was conducted on 8 - 12 July by means of telephone interview. The survey polled 1,358 registered voters. The error of plus or minus three percentage points.
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