Anchor fall-election coverage begins

National polls show Clinton lead, though changes may occur



CLINTON VS TRUMP — Each candidate has undeniably passionate supporters, as seen by a Union member’s hoisting of a sign during one of Trump’s rallies. (AP Photo/John Locher)



According to the latest national polls mentioned in the New York Times, democratic nominee Hillary Clinton currently has an 89 percent chance of winning the race for the presidency, with a national polling average of 44 percent over Donald Trump’s average of 39 percent. However, this does not mean republican nominee Donald Trump is out of the race.

In the next few months, there will be several debates held at different universities across the country that could tip the scale in any direction.
In these debates each candidate position about several controversial topics will be further discussed in detail and could sway voters’ opinions.

Keep checking each new issue for more presidential updates.

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