Opinion polls put the two main candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton running neck-to-neck.
As November 8, 2016, the date for the presidential election in the United States of America to replace outgoing President Barack Obama draws near, the main candidates are adopting every necessary strategy to increase their winning chances.
US presidential poll tracker average of the last five polls published by RealClearPolitics puts Republican party nominee, Donald Trump slightly above the Democratic party candidate, Hillary Clinton. The polls updated on September 18, 2016 indicate that Mr Trump has 45.6 per cent, while Mrs Clinton has 43.8 per cent. The Telegraph newspaper states that following a series of gaffes, the Republican nominee, Mr Trump had seen Clinton get ahead in the polls again. Mrs Clinton, the Democratic flag bearer saw her ranking dropped as she faced pressure over her health as she fainted in public after suffering from pneumonia.
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