Wow, PATHETIC! Only Four People Line Up to See Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden in Pennsylvania. After Leading by 18 Points – Hillary’s Lead Over Trump Shrinks to Margin-of-Error



After taking the weekend off to relax and rejuvenate Hillary Clinton took Joe Biden with her on the campaign trail on Monday.

The two held a rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

It was another small crowd.

https://twitter.com/TrumpTheWorld16/status/765229492575010816

Hillary Clinton is lucky to get a few hundred supporters to come out to see her on the campaign trail.

https://twitter.com/TrumpTheWorld16/status/765229492575010816

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/08/wow-four-people-line-see-hillary-clinton-joe-biden-pennsylvania/

After Leading by 18 Points – Hillary’s Lead Over Trump Shrinks to Margin-of-Error

Sharyl Attkisson reported:

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Is Hillary Clinton squashing Donald Trump into oblivion in the polls? Or is her lead over him perilously shrinking? One thing we know is: there are countless ways to spin a poll. Consider the case of selective reporting on the most recent Bloomberg national poll.

On Aug. 10, Bloomberg reported “Clinton up 6 on Trump in Two Way Race.” But looking at the actual poll, Trump has moved so close to Clinton, the results are within the margin of error.

Notably, in five months, Clinton’s lead over Trump in the Bloomberg poll has shrunk from 18-points to within the margin of error.

In March of 2016, when likely voters were asked to choose between Clinton and Trump “if the election were held today,” Clinton bested Trump 54%-36% (18 percentage points).

In June, with Libertarian Gary Johnson thrown into the mix, Clinton’s lead over Trump was 5 percentage points smaller: 48% to 35% (13 percentage points).

In the most recent poll, the spread between Clinton and Trump in a two-person race was down to just 3 percentage points, Clinton at 45% and Trump at 42%.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/08/leading-18-points-hillarys-lead-trump-shrinks-margin-error/

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