An opinion poll of thousands in all the states of USA depicted Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton leading the swing states.
The opinion poll tells that with her lead in the key states is sufficient for her to win in the November 8 elections.
The Survey (or opinion poll) was taken by the Washington Post with SurveyMonkey and its online polling resources.
The numbers in the poll appeared individually state-by-state and were obtained from the responses from more than 74,000 registered voters during the timeline of 9th August to 1st September. The samples size was diversified in number (from about 550 to more than 5,000) which more participation.
The poll noted that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump puts pressure on Clinton in some states like Pennsylvania which is said to be Clinton’s as she received a huge lead recently.
According to the poll, in Washington DC, Florida, Colorado, Mississippi, North Carolina, and the District of Columbia Hillary is in lead with more than four points. She is in fact in lead in 20 states. This gives her a strong support of 244 Electoral College votes, just 270 left to win. On the other hand, Trump has only 126 Electoral College votes.
The Washington Post poll emerged as Trump broke a losing streak of 40 consecutive national surveys by major pollsters, showing Clinton with a lead in the presidential race.
Earlier on Tuesday, in a poll conducted by CNN and ORC, Trump was in lead from Clinton with a minor difference of two points, Trump: 45 and Clinton: 43.