VIDEO: New Poll Shows Hillary Clinton’s Electoral Vote Lead Shrinking To Donald Trump

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Trump Leads Clinton In Florida 50-46%

ABOVE VIDEO: A Reuters poll released Saturday shows Hillary Clinton’s once-significant Electoral College lead dropping sharply in recent week — with much tighter races in Florida, Ohio and other key states that will decide the national contest.

(FOX NEWS) – A Reuters poll released Saturday shows Hillary Clinton’s once-significant Electoral College lead dropping sharply in recent week — with much tighter races in Florida, Ohio and other key states that will decide the national contest.

The wire service’s weekly tracking poll of more than 15,000 Americans project that Clinton — “if the race was held today” — has a 60 percent chance of winning by 18 electoral votes, compared to having an 83 percent chance last week.

Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, or her Republican rival, Donald Trump, will need 270 electoral votes — from a total of 538 across all 50 states, based on the how many members of Congress each state has.

The Reuters’ State of the Nation poll, done by the Ipsos firm, also shows Trump projected to win Florida “if the election were held today.”

The first-time candidate has 50 percent support in the state, compared to 46 percent for Clinton.

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