TRUMP HAS THE LEAD
Well, this is certainly a switch and rather unexpected by most, I’d say. The post-debate polls have taken shape, and it seems the Trumpster has wrested the lead from Hillary in more than just one.
As I’ve said before – despite having to stay abreast of these events, I find it physically painful to sit through an entire debate between these two. From what I’ve seen through the three debates, nobody has actually achieved victory – not like Romney did in the first 2012 debate or most of the Reagan performances. It was more like a first and second loser.
The Rasmussen poll was conducted by surveying 1,500 likely voters (which is important) and based on a three-day rolling average from Oct. 18-20.
It shows that Trump now has more support from Republicans (78 percent) than Hillary has from the Dems (77 percent). Equally as important, the survey shows he has the support of 15 percent of Democrats to Hillary’s 11 percent of Republicans. In all, Trump is said to be leading 48 to 47 percent, in a four-way race.