Polls show Trump has momentum over Clinton

ERIK S. LESSER

(FILE) A file picture dated 13 March 2016 shows US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waving during a campaign rally in Boca Raton, Florida, USA. US presidential hopeful and real estate tycoon Donald Trump has won the Republican primaries in New York, according to projections by US media on 19 April 2016. On the Democratic side, the exit poll showed a tight race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, with 52 percent and 48 percent, respectively. In the New York primaries, 95 Republican and 247 Democratic delegates were elected on 19 April, who will vote in the respective conventions to elect the presidential candidates to compete in the USA November elections.

Polls show Trump has momentum over Clinton


Two polls over the weekend suggest that Donald Trump can win over Hillary Clinton but not Vermont Senator Sanders in forthcoming Presidential elections.

The choice between the Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump and the Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton is not particularly appealing for over 50% of the US electorate.

A Washington Post survey on Sunday shows that both candidates have a double-digit negative approval rating: 58% did not think much of Donald Trump; 54% did not lo...


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