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HillaryClintonPresidentialCampaign2-082616.jpg 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.

DonaldTrump-LaconiaRally1-082516.jpg 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.

HillaryClinton-campaign1-082416.jpg 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.

DonaldTrump-campaign1-082416.jpg 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.

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