New Presidential Poll Reveals The Race Is Too Close To Call, This Is Bad News For Hillary

August 18, 2016Aug 18, 2016

The mainstream media has spent months trying to encourage and inflate stories of Republican nominee Donald Trump’s demise. They have shown polls showing Hillary Clinton with a large lead over Trump. There’s just one problem.

New results from a long running poll conducted by USC and the LA Times reveal that the presidential race is now in a statistical dead heat. Clinton has fallen to 44% support while Trump has surged to 43.4% of the vote. The new numbers are well within the margin of error and the candidates are now essentially tied.

The poll also reveals that the younger the person is, the more likely they are to vote for Clinton. In the 18-34 age group, 44% plan to vote for Clinton while 39% plan to vote for Trump. In the 35+ age group, Trump holds the advantage.

Another shocking trend that is emerging in the poll is that Hillary’s support in the Black community is dropping. While she still holds a massive advantage over Trump with 79% of the vote, Trump has shown a steady increase in support. His support in the Black community has risen to 14% and shows no signs of slowing down.