Donald Trump's Presidential Campaign Has a Cash Flow Problem
Nov 03 2016 by Cristina Jennings
Melania Trump said there's a "need to teach" young people on how to use social media, "what is right to say, what is not right to say".
The poll, which shows Trump's lead only at 3 percent in the Lone Star State, was conducted from October 14 to October 23, ending a day before early voting began.
The leak of internal Clinton campaign emails has leveled the playing field a bit, Collins said, and he expects Trump will win definitively next month.
Keep track on how much Clinton and Trump are spending on television advertising, and where they're spending it, via AP's interactive ad tracker. But Bloomberg's survey shows Trump doing somewhat better than Clinton with independents, who may hold the key to victory in a state that famously deadlocked in 2000. Seventy percent of Trump supporters think that some form of voter fraud is common, while 11 percent of Clinton supporters feel the same way.
She also carried an 18-point lead in the poll with voters who did not cast a ballot in the 2012 election, and a 16-point lead with newly registered voters in Pennsylvania. Just a third of Americans say Clinton is at least somewhat honest, and almost half say she is at least somewhat corrupt.
During the October fundraising period, Trump's standing in the polls declined following the release of a recording in which he made lewd remarks about women, and the subsequent claims by several women that he kissed or groped them without their permission.
The Republican presidential candidate said Thursday on ABC's "Good Morning America" that he will make the decision at a later date.
That sample included 965 likely women voters and 776 likely white women voters.
Mrs. Obama, one of Clinton's most effective surrogates, passionately touted Clinton's experience and denounced Trump as too divisive and thin-skinned for the White House.
Because the poll is conducted online and individuals self-select to participate, a margin of error can not be calculated.
Hillary Clinton's double-digit lead over Donald Trump has dropped to 7 percentage points, according to a poll released Friday by the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University.
The poll of 3,500 people in Canada, France, Germany, Russia, Mexico, and the United Kingdom, found that 60 percent sided with Clinton.