- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is in key US states considerably for her Republican opponent Donald Trump, do more than national polls suggest. According to a series of separate polls from all fifty states by The Washington Post and SurveyMonkey.
It is unusual that all states are probed at the same time, but given the electoral system in the United States gives a much better picture in the run up to the elections than national polls. To become a candidate must win 270 electoral votes so-called president. According to The Washington Post polls, Clinton can probably count now 244, Trump snagged on 126. In the other states around the timber.
CNN Tuesday also came with a new poll, in which Trump two percentage points ahead of Clinton. But the figures from the Washington Post underline that the struggle for a lot more running the White House to a handful of states than for the country as a whole.