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Half of white mainline Protestants say they will vote for Trump, while 39 percent favor Clinton.

He is the obvious safe choice, according to many Democratic members of Congress. And though the Clinton campaign is keeping the vice presidential selection process tightly under wraps, many Democrats in Washington see Kaine as the front-runner.

As Donald Trump prepares to accept the Republican presidential nomination next week, the pollshowed him in a dead heat with Clinton in a general election matchup.

"It's reasonable to think that the attention that was paid to Mrs. Clinton and her non-indictment by the Justice Department may well have had something to do with that". But Comey said the former first lady and NY senator and her staff were "extremely careless" in their handling of classified material. Symbolism hasn't worked so far - Elizabeth Warren didn't bring in Bernie Sanders supporters, and Katy Perry didn't bring in millennial women. "They would have been in jail".

Sixty-seven percent of voters say that Clinton is not honest and trustworthy, which is up five points from the month before, when the Federal Bureau of Investigation released its findings.

As the Republican National Convention creeps ever-closer, the fear that is settling in the bottom of all our hearts about Trump's presidency is more palpable than ever. So even if Kaine didn't blow the roof off at the rally, he and his allies still have time to make his case.

It's spending roughly $9 million a month on the commercials that lift up Clinton and seek to sink Trump with his own words.

In North Carolina, a state Obama won in 2008 but lost in 2012, Clinton leads by six points, 44 percent to 38 percent. Another 31 percent consider it to be a minor problem and only 17 percent think it's not a problem.

Despite her royal airs, I will vote for Hillary Clinton.

"For me, he's a piece of trash", Lopez said. Sixty-one percent say "no".

A trainer captures the Democratic hopeful, who of course has a Combat Power of 1, and her type as "Career Politician" (apparently a bad thing), her next evolution as "Unemployed", and an entirely new state of "Leaked emails" at 30,000. He eventually did put up ads - including some traditional "who I am" ones similar in tone to those from Clinton and previous presidential contenders. A third or more in both polls thought the political system needed major work, with 36 percent in the GenForward poll saying "the two-party system is seriously broken" and 33 percent in the Harvard IOP survey saying politics needed "to find a reset button and start again". It's all about highlighting the importance of voting to keep Trump out of office (a key component, if not the key component, of Clinton's campaign lately) It's all for the sake of their children, and their children's children, and some future generations as well.

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