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Poll: Trump, Clinton Tied in North Carolina

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By    |   Thursday, 23 Jun 2016 04:59 PM

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are "dead even" in the all-important, swing state of North Carolina, a new Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey reveals.

According to the poll of 947 registered voters conducted on June 20-21:
  • Trump: 43 percent;
  • Clinton: 43 percent;
  • Libertarian Gary Johnson: 4 percent;
  • Green Party's Jill Stein: 2 percent;
  • Undecided: 7 percent.
In a head-to-head match up, Trump actually leads Clinton, 48 to 46 percent, but with a margin of error of 3.2 percentage points, that advantage is moot.

And it appears the candidates' neck-and-neck status will remain unchanged for now.

"There's not much evidence [of] North Carolina of Republican voters having any desire to dump Trump," PPP said.

"He has a 72/18 favorability rating among voters in his party and he leads Clinton 85-6 among GOP voters in the full field, just a shade below the 89-6 advantage a generic Republican candidate has among GOP voters in the state."

North Carolina, which has 15 electoral votes in the presidential election, is considered a swing state because no single candidate or party has the lead in securing those votes.

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are "dead even" in the all-important, swing state of North Carolina, a new Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey reveals.
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