Posted on September 16, 2016


Financial Times: “Today, as Donald Trump’s campaign steps up its focus on Pennsylvania — if he wins its 20 electoral college votes he could take the White House — Hazleton is a draw to a new kind of outsider. … In spite of being a largely Democratic town, most of its non-Hispanic inhabitants will vote for Mr Trump in November. They are expected to turn out in far higher numbers than the more numerous Dominicans. There is scant evidence of Hillary Clinton’s fabled get out the vote operation in Hazleton’s Latino neighbourhoods.”

Freep: “Clinton, whose lead in some national polls also has disappeared lately after a successful convention this summer in Philadelphia, still leads Trump 38%-35% in Michigan, according to the poll done by Lansing-based EPIC-MRA for the Free Press, WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) and their outstate partners. But that is within the poll’s 4-percentage-point margin of error, and a significant drop from her 11-point lead last month.”

Everyone is upset by Hillary’s deplorable racist comment, many are now choosing to assimilate as one of Trump’s deplorables.

On August 5th Freep posted the following, Poll: Clinton opens up 11-point lead on Trump in Michigan.

Fox: “A Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday shows Hillary Clinton losing her lead to Donald Trump in battleground Ohio, after a rough campaign stretch in which she faced criticism for demeaning Trump supporters as well as renewed speculation about her health.
The poll shows Trump, the Republican nominee, now leading 48-to-43 percent in a two-way Ohio race among likely voters

Hill: “Trump has pulled into the lead in Florida and Ohio, two crucial states where he has trailed Clinton for most of the race, and several states that once looked out of reach for Trump — Colorado and Virginia, among them — suddenly appear competitive.”


FT: Trump support surges in Pennsylvania towns
Freep: New poll shows Clinton and Trump nearly tied in Michigan
Fox- New poll: Clinton loses long-held Ohio lead, Trump up by 5 points
Hill: Polls Darken for Democrats

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