People are actually losing friends over this presidential election, poll finds
- Author: Leroy Wright Sep 29, 2016,
Sep 29, 2016, 20:50
Fifty-three percent say Clinton has those traits, versus 46 percent who feel she lacks them and 1 percent with no answer. "I will continue to talk about what I want to do for the American people".
"She is the candidate of yesterday, and ours is the campaign and the people of the future", Trump said.
"I think that took a lot of courage in so many regards and I think he really answered that well and took the high ground and kept the high road", Trump said.
"They know what they're getting into".
"I will consider it a personal insult - an insult to my legacy - if this community lets down its guard and fails to activate itself in this election", he said at a gala hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus this month.
"If you wonder why Donald Trump thinks that the press is a left-wing basically oriented group, Lester Holt proved it tonight", he added.
Twenty-six percent say Clinton improved their opinion with her performance, while 17 percent say she made it worse.
Eric Trump said his father declined to bring up the 42nd president's personal life when he saw his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, sitting in the front row.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll is conducted every day in English in all 50 states.
In his speech, Trump painted a gloomy picture of the current America, with rising homicide rates in large cities and "Third World airports". I just can't do it. I prepared to be President. Remember, he said, there are no such things as stupid questions, only stupid answers. "We're going to fix our country".
Trump said he would "repeal and replace the frightful Obamacare" health care program, end Common Core in schools and create more jobs. "And I had a great time", Trump told Fox news in an interview. Fans interviewed by United States media outlets at his rallies also continued to support him.
The Republican presidential nominee is working on several new attack lines and themes against Clinton, test-marketing them as he travels from rally to rally.
Unlike most polls, LA Times and USC tracks a panel of roughly 3,000 U.S. citizens that were randomly contacted from across the country rather than trying to find new respondents each time. "And our country will start winning again".