LA Times/USC Presidential Poll, November 5, 2016

A cheering sight. 5.4% lead; outside the area of uncertainty.

latimesnov52016Other polls:

COLORADO TIED

MICHIGAN TIED

NEW HAMPSHIRE TIED

NEVADA TIED

PENNSYLVANIA TIED

TRUMP AHEAD IN OHIO

 

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14 Responses to LA Times/USC Presidential Poll, November 5, 2016

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    {trembling with excitement}

    Liked by 1 person

  2. stella says:

    Here’s some helpful advice:

    If We Lose

    http://takimag.com/article/if_we_lose_gavin_mcinnes#axzz4P9mL67Bq

    So here is how we’re going to lose: We are going to fight even harder to get this country back and we are going to fight dirty. When they go low, we are going to go lower. If they want to make it personal and ignore the facts, we’re happy to dive into the muck. The majority of the GOP refuse to do this and this is why they just became extinct. When Rush Limbaugh indicated that Sandra Fluke might be a slut for demanding birth control from a Catholic institution, conservatives were outraged he swore. Fuck them. We swear now.

    … and so on.

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  3. hocuspocus13 says:

    People have been looking for a sign asking for a sign

    So today they got their sign from above

    Hillary was at her only rally for today in Florida

    She was on stage about 7 minutes

    And from what I read talking bad about Trump

    When a big black cloud came over Hillary 🌨

    The wind kicked up 🌪

    And it started to rain a heavy down pour 💦💧💦

    All left and Hillary melted…😊

    Like

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