Poll dates, Oct. 14-20, 2016, online nationwide poll, 3 point error margin
|Reuters poll, wk ending 10/20/16|
10/21/16, "Trump gains on Clinton despite furor over women, election comments," Reuters, Chris Kahn"...
["Furor?" How about furor that our country is under attack by a global army of blood drenched xerox machines like Reuters whose propagandistic journalism is a threat to human existence?]
"Donald Trump gained on Hillary Clinton among American voters this week, cutting her lead nearly in half...according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday.
Clinton...led Trump 44 percent to 40 percent [when third party candidates weren't included], according to the Oct. 14-20 poll, a 4-point lead, with the Nov. 8 election fast approaching. That compared with 44 percent for Clinton and 37 percent for Trump in the Oct. 7-13 poll released last week.
Clinton's lead also shrank in a separate four-way poll that included alternative party candidates: 43 percent supported her, while 39 percent supported Trump, 6 percent supported Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, and 2 percent supported Jill Stein of the Green Party....
Gary Taylor, 59, a Republican from Colorado said his support stemmed mostly from a desire to see "something different than the last eight years" in the White House.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English in all 50 states. It included 1,640 people who were considered likely voters, given their voting history, registration status and stated intention to vote. It has a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 3 percentage points, meaning results could vary by that much either way."
Image of poll from "Reuters/Ipsos Poll, Clinton v Trump," Week ending Oct. 20, 2016, likely voters
Above, 10/21/16, Johnstown, Pennsylvania Trump rally, Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst"
Above, 10/21/16, Johnstown, Pennsylvania Trump rally, "Republican US presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst"