This coming from CNN, which is basically owned by the Clintons, is telling. You know there is insane bias in the results, but still shows Trump winning and Hillary losing. EPIC.
Donald Trump‘s star turn at last week’s Republican National Convention paid dividends in presidential election polling, with the billionaire leading Hillary Clinton by 5 percentage points in a likely four-way election matchup.
And the Cleveland convention’s relentless pillorying of Hillary as a criminal – complete with chants of ‘Lock her up!’ – has left her with only 3 out of 10 Americans saying she’s ‘honest and trustworthy.’
The CNN poll of registered voters found 44 per cent say they would vote for Trump if November’s election were held today. Clinton got 39 per cent.
Also registering were Libertarian party nominee Gary Johnson with 9 per cent and the Green Party’s Jill Stein with 3 per cent.
Most of Trump’s post-convention ‘bounce’ came from a massive swing of independent voters flocking to his banner.
Before last week’s blockbuster GOP event, Clinton led him among that crucial group by 3 points. Now, CNN found, he’s ahead by 18.
Trump also gained ground with his ‘favorability’ number, a measure of likeability and overall personal approval.
That measure now shows 46 per cent of Americans think well of the real estate tycoon, a number that stood at 39 per cent a week ago.