Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the lead, ahead of rival Republican Donald trump at two points, according to polls of likely voters released Thursday.
Analysis shows that Clinton received 43% support from potential voters, trump has 41% support libertarian candidate Gary Johnson 9% and Green party candidate Jill Stein received 3 percent.
The survey has the average result of the five most recent publicly released national survey that meets the standards for publication. All polling stations included. The survey has no sampling error.
Public opinion polls show that trump scored a narrow lead over Clinton in Ohio and Florida. Among likely voters in Ohio trump has 46% support Clinton and 41%, 8% supported Johnson with 2% support matte. In Florida, likely voters were divided - 47% for trump, 44% for Clinton, 6% for Johnson and 1% for Stein.
Sunday, Clinton was treated for pneumonia, but returned on Thursday and answered questions of journalists. "As you know, I recently was coughing and it turned out to be pneumonia. I tried to come to power through the illness, but even I had to admit that maybe I need a few days rest," Clinton said at his campaign event.
At the same time, trump is headed to new Hampshire on Thursday evening, after he described his vision for the economy in
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