QUINNIPIAC POLL: Independent Voters Put Clinton Up In FL., CO., PA., Tied In Ohio

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The critical swing states of Colorado, Florida, Pennsylvania and Ohio all went to President Barack Obama in 2012. Donald Trump must win Florida and Ohio if he has any shot to get to 270 electoral votes.

(Quinnipiac University) – According to a Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll released on Monday, likely independent voters shift to Democrat Hillary Clinton, giving her the lead over Republican Donald Trump in the critical swing states of Colorado, Florida, and Pennsylvania and moving her into a tie with Trump in Ohio,

COLORADO: Clinton 45 – Trump 37, Johnson 10

FLORIDA: Clinton 48 – Trump 44, Johnson 4

OHIO: Trump 45 – Clinton 45, Johnson 6

PENNSYLVANIA: Clinton 47 – Trump 41, Johnson 6

Clinton also has double-digit leads among women likely voters and leads of 28 to 76 percentage points among non-white voters, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds.

Four-way races which list both presidential and vice-presidential candidates, show:

Colorado: Clinton tops Trump 45 – 37 percent, with 10 percent for Johnson and 3

percent for Stein. Clinton had 44 percent to Trump’s 42 percent September 22;

Florida: Clinton edges Trump 48 – 44 percent, with 4 percent for Johnson and 1

percent for Stein. Clinton topped Trump 46 – 41 percent October 3;

Ohio: Trump and Clinton tied 45 – 45 percent, with 6 percent for Johnson and 1

percent for Stein. Trump led Clinton 47 – 42 percent October 3;

Pennsylvania: Clinton leads Trump 47 – 41 percent, with 6 percent for

Johnson and 1 percent for Stein. Clinton was up 45 – 41 percent October 3.

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“Secretary Clinton has held or increased her lead following the second debate,” said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

“Obviously the allegations by a number of women about Donald Trump’s behavior have taken a toll among some of those who had been in his column.”

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