Latest
Recommended
Published: Sat, September 24, 2016
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Quinnipiac Poll shows Trump, Clinton tied in Colorado in head-to-head matchup


"I do not know which Donald Trump will show up", Clinton, 68, told supporters at a recent fundraiser. Or should they stick to asking questions and not intervene?

Voters, on the other hand, strongly support Trump's plan for temporarily restricting immigration from countries with a history of terrorism and for testing to screen out newcomers who don't share America's values.

For his part, Mr Trump needed to show enough gravitas to convince skeptics that he is ready to be commander in chief, they said.

Anita Dunn, who helped President Barack Obama prepare for debates against Republican nominee John McCain in 2008, said Mr Obama succeeded at their first debate by steering the conversation repeatedly back to the struggling U.S. economy even though the event was supposed to be about foreign policy.

"That's not my job".

Ford says that the American people are "tired of being shit on, exhausted of being looked down on".

NBC News' Lester Holt will moderate the first debate which will air at 7:00 p.m. on 9NEWS. He'd "rather have the two candidates speaking to each other than speaking to me". The Monmouth poll shows Clinton leading Trump by 5 points (46 percent-41 percent) in a four-way race, down from the 9-point edge she enjoyed in an August Monmouth poll. Democrats last carried the state in a presidential election in 2008, when President Barack Obama defeated Sen. "There is no compassion in tolerating lawless conduct", Trump said.

Clinton has a big edge over Trump on who would do a better job handling the USA image overseas, 47 percent to 27 percent. Fox News' Chris Wallace will moderate the third debate on October 19. NY state voter registration documents show Holt has been a registered Republican in the state since 2003.

"Mr Trump prepares for everything that he does", he said.

Who do you think will win: Clinton or Trump? "You have to have somebody that just lets them argue it out". "Suffolk will go Clinton by a little or Trump by a little".

The Republican Trump's biggest selling point is his status as a Washington outsider, a business mogul and reality television star with a knack for the snappy soundbite - who few expect to master the nitty gritty of policy.

Trump is ahead of the former secretary of state among white voters without college degrees by 49 percentage points, 66-17 percent.

Mr Obama only won by a slim margin of less than 6% in 2012 and the Republican establishment there has embraced Mr Trump. "And these negative takes have only become more widespread over the course of the summer", Pew saidin its report on the survey. Clinton has raised that habit as evidence that Trump is too thin-skinned to be trusted with nuclear weapons and other life-and-death decisions that cross a presidents desk. Libertarian nominee Gary JohnsonGary JohnsonBreitbart poll: Clinton's lead on Trump grows The Hill's 12:30 Report Erick Erickson endorses McMullin for president MORE carries 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein is at 4 percent. Of the 255 Clinton statements reviewed, 70 were found to be mostly false, false or trousers on Fire.

"The national numbers seem to have closed substantially since then", he said.

In general, Trump supporters said that they were anxious about his character and personality, while Clinton supporters said that they were concerned about her honesty or her associations with outside businesses or groups.

There are people sitting out there wanting the moderator to yell 'Liar, ' and it ain't going to happen.

Like this: