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Tue Dec 1, 2015, 06:25 PM

9. As part of a trend, yes. If this poll was out of the mainstream for prior national polls, it would

be an indication that the candidate's national message was either slipping off target (if it was a polling dip) or was hitting the target dead on (if there was a polling uptick) but this poll reflects a 1% change which is a tiny fraction of the margin of error and so it means little (especially since the campaigns are not focusing on a nationwide message right now because they are focused in Iowa and New Hampshire).

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