Trump attacked at debate ‘when he should have been apologizing,’ Clinton says

However this is going to prove hard for Donald Trump after the leak of his comments about famous men grabbing women “by the pussy”.In the new survey, Mrs. Clinton jumped to an 11-point lead over Mr. Trump among likely voters on a ballot including third-party candidates, up from 6 percentage points in September.The weekend survey found signs of women moving away from Mr. Trump.Libertarian Gary Johnson’s support stands at nine percent, and Green Party candidate Jill Stein garners two percent.A leaked tape that revealed Donald Trump had boasted about using his celebrity status to grope women dealt a substantial blow to his standing among voters, a new poll shows. In a head-to-head contest, Clinton would receive 52% of likely voters’ support, while Trump would earn 38% of their votes.When asked who they would prefer to have power on Capitol Hill, 49 percent of voters prefer Democrats over Republicans, with only 42 percent preferring the GOP.That’s up from a three-point advantage for Democrats (48 percent to 45 percent) last month, and it’s the largest advantage for Democrats since the October 2009 government shutdown.While 31 percent of voters say Trump’s comments about women were “Inappropriate, but typical of how some men talk in private with other men”, a larger share – 41 percent – say the remarks were “completely unacceptable”.He told Andrew Dickens Trump can actually be quite hard to fact-check because he is often incoherent, saying one thing, and then saying the complete opposite.Fifty-two percent of those surveyed said the tape talk should be an issue in the 2016 presidential race, while 42 percent said it should not. Just 29 view The Donald favorably, while 63 percent hold negative opinions of the Republican nominee – with 53 percent in the category of very negative.In an NBC/Journal poll released September 16, Clinton held a lead of only 5 percent.

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