Clinton May Have The Popular Vote, But Trump's Leading In Swing States
A Quinnipiac University poll has good news for Trump in Florida and Pennsylvania.By Ryan Biek | July 13, 2016
Donald Trump may have some tactical advantages over Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House: Florida and Pennsylvania.
A new Quinnipiac University poll found when the two candidates were matched head-to-head in key swing states, Trump led by 2 percentage points in Pennsylvania and 3 points in Florida. He tied with Clinton in Ohio, a third major swing state.
It's quite a shock compared to national polls, which have given Clinton a significant, mid-single-digit lead over the Republican front-runner.