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Quinnipiac: Hillary Tied With Trump in Iowa, Georgia

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By    |   Thursday, 27 Oct 2016 04:31 PM

Democrat Hillary Clinton has pulled even with Republican Donald Trump in Iowa and Georgia in the latest Quinnipiac University presidential poll.

Trump led Clinton by 7 points in Iowa and Georgia in recent weeks.

Here are the numbers in those states and two others, including Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson, who is on the ballot in all 50 states. Green Party nominee Jill Stein is included in states where she is on the ballot:

Georgia:

  • Trump: 44 percent
  • Clinton: 43 percent
  • Johnson: 8 percent

Iowa:


  • Clinton: 44 percent
  • Trump: 44 percent
  • Johnson: 4 percent
  • Stein: 1 percent

North Carolina:

  • Clinton: 47 percent
  • Trump: 43 percent
  • Johnson: 5 percent

Virginia:

  • Clinton: 50 percent
  • Trump: 38 percent:
  • Johnson: 4 percent
  • Stein: 2 percent

Trump campaigned in North Carolina on Wednesday, but Fox News Channel reported he is pulling money out of Virginia, where Clinton has a sizable lead.

The polls were conducted Oct. 20-26. The margin of error was 3.5 percentage points in Iowa, 3.7 in Georgia and North Carolina and 3.6 in Virginia.

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