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2016 Florida Polls: Hillary Clinton Winning 28 Percent of Republican Early Voters

Source: Heavy.com


Published 11:28 pm EDT, November 1, 2016 Updated 8:38 am EDT, November 2, 2016 5 Comments By Brendan Morrow 23k

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis. (Getty)

With just one week left to go until the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are quite close in the polls, but a few pieces of data in particular are looking good for the Democratic candidate.

As of November 1st, Real Clear Politics’ polling average has Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton by 0.8 percentage points in Florida. That is a drop from this time last week, when Clinton was ahead of Trump in the state by an average of 2.4 percentage points.

But the latest poll that’s gaining a significant amount of attention is from William & Mary College, and it has Clinton ahead of Trump in Florida by eight points, 48 percent to 40 percent. Most surprisingly, though, that poll has Clinton winning 28 percent of Florida’s Republican early voters. On the other hand, Donald Trump is winning just six percent of Democratic voters. Clinton is also winning early voters overall, with 55 percent of early voters saying they voted for Hillary Clinton and 43 percent saying they voted for Donald Trump. Among those who have not yet voted, though, this poll showed the race to be much tighter: 43 percent of these voters back Donald Trump, and 42 percent of them back Hillary Clinton.

Read more: http://heavy.com/news/2016/11/2016-election-florida-polls-polling-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-winning-losing-early-voters-voting-republicans/

Bono on Trump

Bono said:

"America is like the best idea the world ever came up with, but Donald Trump is potentially the worst idea that ever happened to America," he told CBS's Charlie Rose. "He could destroy it."

I would say: America is like the best idea the world ever came up with, but Donald Trump is like the worst idea America ever came up with.

Trump - The mark of the Devil

Hey, Trump called Clinton the devil but wait, he has the mark of the devil. Mua ha ha ha ha ha!

Genesis 3:15

I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.”

Trump's draft card...
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Bernie Supporters Please Pay Attention to This Good Advice and Then Smile

I love Trae!

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Trump Squared

Trump supporters say this 9 out 10 times you ask

If you support Trump because he tells it like it is and says what you are thinking, then you should know that you are a racist, a misogynist, a bigot, xenophobic, and vulgar. Now go ask someone with at least a 5th grade education what most of those words mean.

"Nough said JEB

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The Sanders Campaign Criticism of Clinton's Iraq War Vote

This is a ridiculous critique of Hillary Clinton. We as Democrats shouldn't be making our presidential decision this election cycle based on the last war, we should be making this decision based on the next war. It's as easy for Democrats to be against war as it is for Republicans to be for war. It doesn't take a lot of courage to vote with your own base on either side. The Iraq War resolution would have passed with or without Hillary Clinton's vote. 29 Senate Democrats sided with 48 Republicans to authorize the war. Rather than litigate the wisdom of that vote in hindsight, we should be focusing on who has the foresight to avoid the next unnecessary war of choice. You can say that Sanders voted for what the base of the Democratic Party wanted or but that negates the fact that 72% of the public supported the Iraq War at the time of the vote. So who really represented the will of the voters back then? Was it Sanders or Clinton?
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