USA polls show Clinton ahead but battleground states up for grabs

USA polls show Clinton ahead but battleground states up for grabs

Kerry Wise
November 7, 2016

"Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton", FBI director James Comey said in letter to Congress (via the NYT). "Asian-Americans voting disproportionately", Clinton campaign manager John Podesta said on "Meet the Press".

FBI Director James Comey testifies before a House Judiciary Committee hearing on "Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation" on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 28, 2016.

"Tonight, I want to hear you roar", a smiling Clinton said before introducing Perry for her performance. He made no direct mention of the FBI decision and continued to insist -without evidence - that Clinton would be under investigation during her potential presidency.

In July, he chastised Clinton's use of the private mail server but said that the bureau would not be recommending criminal charges against the Democratic nominee.

But he also delivered blistering criticism of Clinton, calling her and her team "extremely careless" with her handling of national secrets.

The online poll shows Clinton with 49.25 percent, to Trump's 45.92 percent and 4.83 choosing "other" - declining to pick either candidate.

So over the course of seven days, the poll's full sample size, she actually has increased her lead since the announcement.

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During a campaign stop earlier Sunday, Trump warned that Clinton would be under investigation as president, prompting an "unprecedented constitutional crisis".

"If we come together with the common vision, common faith, we will find common ground", Clinton declared.

Trump opened a furious day of campaigning in Iowa, the battleground states where he appears in the strongest position.

The Republican presidential nominee planned to race Sunday night to rallies later in the day in two more states where he faces an uphill fight: Pennsylvania and Virginia. That's significantly more votes four days before Election Day than voted early in the 2012 election.

For his part, Mr Trump has embarked on a cross-country odyssey through key battlegrounds Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania, as tightening polls suggest a fluidity in several states at the 11th hour.

The National Jewish Democratic Council said the ad's use of anti-Semitic stereotypes is "shocking and unsafe".