Tightening Poll Numbers

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Current Events, United States
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pauses while she gives remarks on the explosion in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood onboard her campaign plane at Westchester County Airport, in White Plains, N.Y., Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016,

Hillary Clinton campaign is now facing an tight race against her biggest competitor, Donald Trump. Photo Credit: Andrew Harnik/AP Images,

This week, over on the Election Central Web site we examine the narrowing poll numbers in the race to the White House between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Hillary had a big lead at the end of the summer, but the gap has significantly narrowed in recent weeks. Why might that be the case?

The resolution of the 2016 presidential election is (believe it or not) coming closer to the end. As October approaches, Election Day is less than two months away. And while you may think that the summer party conventions are far in the past, they happened less than two months ago as well.

But . . . the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continues each and every day. Professional poll watchers and opinion makers are judging the likelihood of either candidate winning on a weekly–sometimes daily–basis. Let’s take a look at what some of the latest polling numbers show.

To learn more, click here to visit the Election Central Web site.

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