Just one day after a Quinnipiac poll recently showed that the presidential race was tightening in several states that are considered to be critical “swing states,” a new poll has been released showing a huge shift in support toward Donald Trump and away from Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton.
The new national poll, conducted by Reuters-Ipsos, showed Trump not far behind Clinton… in fact, it showed the two in a statistical tie for the potential Nov. 8 matchup.
According to the poll: “In the most recent survey, 41 percent of likely voters supported Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, and 40 percent backed Trump, with 19 percent not decided on either yet, according to the online poll of 1,289 people conducted from Friday to Tuesday. The poll had a credibility interval of about 3 percentage points.”
These results have to have liberals shaking in their boots. They are reflective of the major backing Trump has received since he knocked out Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Ohio Gov. John Kasich last week to become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
This new poll also showed a huge amount of support now being thrown at Trump who, according to Reuters-Ipsos, had trailed Hillary Clinton by 13 points in previous polling.
It also showed that Republicans were beginning to unite around the nation to consolidate their support for the presumptive GOP nominee. Earlier this week, the Quinnipiac University poll showed Trump and Clinton neck and neck in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania — all critical swing states.
This is going to be a fun race to watch. No one thought Trump could make it this far, and now it seems as if he has a real shot at the White House, despite what the naysayers in the “NeverTrump” movement would like you to believe.
H/T Sean Hannity
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