L.A. Times/USC Dornsife Poll: Trump 47%, Clinton 40%

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — A new USC Dornsife / Los Angeles Times Presidential Election Poll released Wednesday shows Republican nominee Donald Trump with 47% support among likely voters, and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton with 40.4% — the largest lead for the Republican thus far in the 2016 presidential race.

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Poll: Jeb Bush Least-Liked by Republicans Out of GOP Field

“Among all voters, Trump is at negative-25 — that is, he is viewed 25 points more unfavorably than favorably. Bush is at -21. Among Republicans? Bush gets lower marks than anyone, at plus-1. Even Chris Christie is at +4,” reported the Washington Post about the poll. “The difference is inside the margin of error, but this is clearly not where Bush would like to be.” Both Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and former Republican favorite Bush have seen their favorability numbers plunge.

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EXCLUSIVE: Mike Huckabee Campaign Unveils Ground Game for 2016, Targets American Worker

GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is expanding beyond his religious liberty message as his campaign lays out Huckabee’s battle plans for the 2016 race. “High favorability is good, but you also have to do something with that and get your message out there. It’s one of the second big components that not only have we put a lot of focus on, but know – it’s something we know works because we won in Iowa before – is a very deep and strong ground game and strong organization,” his campaign manager explains.

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