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Clinton and Carson would tie in head-to-head matchup, poll says

OK, the presidential election is still a year away, but according to a new poll we have another long night of watching results in Florida and Ohio to look forward to.

A NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released Tuesday shows Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton would tie Republican Ben Carson, 47% to 47%, in a hypothetical matchup with the man leading the most recent GOP presidential poll.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to supporter as she arrives at a town hall meeting, Nov. 3, 2015, in Coralville, Iowa. (Photo: Charlie Neibergall, AP) - onpolitics

Clinton would defeat any of the other Republican candidates in the election, the NBC/WSJ poll shows, including the bombastic businessman himself, Donald Trump, by eight points.

Here is how Clinton stacks up against the leading GOP candidates:

Clinton 47%, Carson 47%
Clinton 50%, Trump 42%
Clinton 47%, Rubio 44%
Clinton 47%, Bush 43%
Bernie Sanders, whom polls have consistently shown in second place in the Democratic race, would defeat Trump by an even wider margin, according to the poll, getting 50% of the vote to Trump’s 41%.

The poll was conducted Oct. 25-29, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.

Source: onpolitics

Clinton and Carson would tie in head-to-head matchup, poll says обновлено: Ноябрь 4, 2015 автором: Hellen Donovan
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