Monday, June 27, 2016

What I didn’t see on Morning News: Poll says Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton in tight races in battleground states

Not one morning news show I watched this morning talked about how the battleground state polls are tight.
But, I heard plenty about a couple of polls having Hillary comfortably in the lead.  I’m sure it was an oversight on the part of the corrupt media machine.    

CBS News reports battleground states are called battlegrounds for a reason: They're often close, and 2016 looks like no exception.

Hillary Clinton holds narrow leads over Donald Trump across a number of key states of Florida (up three points, 44 to 41 percent); Colorado (Clinton 40 percent, Trump 39 percent); Wisconsin (Clinton up 41 percent to 36 percent) and North Carolina, which has flipped back and forth between the parties in the last two elections, where it's Clinton 44 percent and Trump 42 percent.

In the wake of the Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom this week, many wondered if the same sentiments that drove voters to leave the UK, such as voter unease about the economic and cultural effects of globalization, were at work in the U.S. presidential election, too.

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