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One in three Americans say that they expect their children to be ‘too young’ or car perspective png (learningbase.ml – http://learningbase.ml/draw-cars/) ‘too old’ to vote in the upcoming election, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll.
The poll was released Sunday night by CNN and The Hill, one of the nation’s largest political news organizations. It found that half of Democratic voters in Florida are now either ‘too old’ for voting because of a decision by some state judges to not allow them to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Nearly half of Florida Republicans (49%) also expect that they’ll be too young to vote in the upcoming November election. In contrast, just 12% of Democrats are expected to vote for the GOP.
While there is no doubt that Hillary Clinton may have a few tricks up her sleeve, a majority of Clinton’s current Democratic base thinks her campaign has been too little, too late.
According to CNN/ORC International poll, 56% of Clinton supporters think she could win the 2016 election. In fact, Clinton led in the 2016 Electoral College vote by a mere 5 percentage points (47% to 46% for Trump); Trump won all the states except North Dakota. Clinton did not hold any of Florida’s 27 electoral college votes. Only 8% of noncitizen voters have a favorable opinion of Clinton.
CNN/ORC International – http://www.google.com/search?q=ORC%20International&btnI=lucky
In an earlier CNN/ORC poll on Election Day and the results of the Republican primary, Clinton had 847,000 likely voters in Florida. The Republican party’s current convention in June would make it the first time in history that a Republican nominee has had more than 4 million supporters on November 5. This would mean that Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, would have a strong lead of at least 8 to 9 percentage points over Clinton in Florida’s 270 electoral votes.
It is important to note that voters in Florida are likely to make up more than half of all voters that said they are ‘too young’ or too old. More than a third of Florida residents (35%), or 35%, of registered voters say
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