Clinton leads Trump by 2 points in CNN Poll of Polls

Clinton leads Trump by 2 points in CNN Poll of Polls
September 17 06:10 2016

Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, is leading her Republican
rival, Donald Trump, by two points with likely voters in
the most latest CNN Poll of Polls released.

The analysis shows Clinton has 43% of support from likely
voters, Trump had 41% support, Libertarian candidate Gary,
Johnson, had 9% and Green Party candidate, Jill Stein, had
The Poll of Polls averages results from the five most recent
publicly released national polls that meets CNN’s standards
for publication.
All of the polls included the four-way match-
ups with the third party candidates. The poll of polls does
not have a margin of sampling error.
This comes as CNN/ORC polls show that Trump holds a
narrow lead over Clinton in Ohio and the two are locked in a
near-even contest in Florida, two critical battleground states
for the election.

Among likely voters in Ohio, Trump has 46% support to
Clinton’s 41%, while 8% support Johnson and 2% support
In Florida, likely voters split 47% for Trump to 44% for
Clinton, within the poll’s 3.5 percentage point margin of
error, and with 6% behind Johnson and 1% backing Stein.
Since Sunday, Clinton has been off the trail with pneumonia,
but returned Thursday to Greensboro, North Carolina, to
campaign and also take questions from reporters.
”As you may know, I recently had a cough that turned out to
be pneumonia. I tried to power through it but even I had to
admit that maybe a few days of rest would do me good,”
Clinton said at her campaign event.

“I’m not great at taking
it easy even under ordinary circumstances, but with just two
months to go until Election Day, sitting at home was pretty
much the last place I wanted to be.”
Meanwhile, Trump is headed to New Hampshire Thursday
evening after outlining his economic vision in a policy
speech in New York.
The Poll of Polls includes: The CNN/ORC Poll conducted
September 1-4; the ABC News/Washington Post Poll
conducted September 5-8; the Quinnipiac University Poll
conducted September 8-13; the CBS News/New York Times
Poll conducted September 9-13 and the Fox News Poll
conducted September 11-14.