A new Mason-Dixon Polling & Research survey of likely Florida voters shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump essentially tied in the key swing state. The poll showed Clinton with a slim 44 percent to 42 percent lead over Trump in Florida, within the two-point gap within the poll's margin of error.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is well behind Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House, according to a new Quinnipiac University National poll released on Thursday. The survey of likely voters found Clinton with a significant 51 percent to 41 percent lead over Trump.
North Carolina is increasingly seen as a swing state, and the results of a new Monmouth University Poll suggest the presidential election in the Tar Heel State is once again likely to be tight. Forty-four percent of likely North Carolina voters support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, while 42 percent back Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Missouri has voted for the Republican presidential candidate in each of the last four elections, but the results of a new Monmouth University Poll suggest that the Show Me State could be in play this time around.