Bloomberg News Poll: Trump 43 Clinton 41

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at the Berglund Center on September 24, 2016 in Roanoke, Virginia. Trump spoke about lowering taxes and encouraging job growth during his last speech ahead of the first presidential debate with Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on September 26. (Photo …
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The latest Bloomberg News national poll shows that Donald Trump two points ahead of Hillary Clinton.

Trump earns 43 percent support to Clinton’s 41 percent. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earns 8 percent while Green Party candidate Jill Stein got 4 percent.

The poll shows that both Clinton and Trump have the same favorability ratings; 42 percent rate them favorably while 56 percent rate them unfavorability ratings.

Trump leads Clinton on voter’s impressions of his health. Sixty one percent say that Trump has excellent or good while only 36 percent said the same about Clinton. Only 8 percent suggested that Trump’s health was poor, while 31 percent said that about Clinton.

But voters expect Clinton to do much better in Monday’s presidential debate than Trump. Forty-nine percent of voters expect Clinton to win, while 39 percent expect Trump to win.

The poll surveyed 1,002 likely voters  during September 21-24 with margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 points.

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