LA Times Tracking Poll: Clinton 44 Percent, Trump 43.4 Percent

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The LA Times daily tracking poll shows the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump too close to call, Breitbart reports.

Clinton is at 44 percent, while Trump is at 43.4 percent as of Aug. 18. The results are based on 2,500 respondents. Trump has made up ground as he was roughly five points behind Clinton as of Aug. 14, 46.3 percent to 41.6 percent.

The USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times “Daybreak” poll regularly tracks 3,000 voters through election day, Nov. 8, and updates the data every day “based on the weighted average of poll responses over the previous week.”

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  1. Maybee because Breitbarts are a part of the Trump campaigne they missed this in the LA Times article:
    “Over the six weeks, few of the poll’s movements were dramatic, but the direction was consistent — to the advantage of Democrat Clinton and against Republican Trump. Emblematic of that was the shift in who’s leading: Trump initially led by three points; six weeks in, Clinton has a narrow edge.”

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