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Brett's First Cut: Hillary Lead Evaporates—Trump Grabs Indys

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Friday, October 28, 2016

Spencer Kimball from Emerson College Polling Stops By at 2:05 to Share with US his 5 LATEST Polls Including: FL, NC, IL, NV and OH

Hillary Lead Evaporates—Trump Grabs Indys

Trump saw his biggest gains among political independents, favoring Trump by a 12-point margin in the latest tracking poll, 49 to 37 percent, after giving Clinton a narrow edge in late last week. Neither candidate has maintained a consistent lead among independent likely voters in Post-ABC polling this fall.

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