If the result of a latest poll is to be believed, Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, is clearly in an advantageous position against her arch-rival Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
A new Free Press/WXYZ-TV poll released on Thursday showed Clinton regaining an 11-point, 43%-32%, lead over Trump.
Women, Africans and millennials back Clinton
The poll result states that Clinton is strongly supported by women, Africans and millennials. Moreover, it is Trump's poor debate performance, revelations about his taxes and erratic behaviour, which is harming his presidential prospects.
Is the United States in a hurry to get its next President?
Why everyone-right from the candidates, voters, the media and pollsters-are in a hurry to see the next President? In the last few days, post first debate, Clinton is garnering positive responses from all the quarters. But, is it not too early to declare the winner almost a month before the due date? Here is what MarketWatch has to say on the issue...
Fox Business endorses Trump
In the midst of unfavourable opinions, Trump is yet to be totally isolated. Fox Business strongly supports Trump and says the Republican nominee is going to be the President for all Americans. It went on comparing Trump with Ronald Reagan also. The Twitter-savvy Trump has even tweeted the article:
'Donald Trump: A President for All Americans' https://t.co/3lU2vrUE3t— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 6, 2016
Know what the two rivals have to say on Twitter...
There were almost too many lies to count....but we kept score. pic.twitter.com/VatW0LV1l0— The Briefing (@TheBriefing2016) October 6, 2016
A lot has changed in the past two and a half decades. But the things we’re fighting for remain the same. https://t.co/k0HVUYEhCI— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 7, 2016
Rasmussen national poll: Trump leads 43-41. “White House Watch - Rasmussen Reports” https://t.co/YM63xU1QUm— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) October 6, 2016
New National Rasmussen Poll: pic.twitter.com/BnAveA5OuP— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 6, 2016
Thoughts & prayers with the millions of people in the path of Hurricane Matthew. Look out for neighbors, and listen to your local officials. pic.twitter.com/6MoZdcmYmT— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 7, 2016