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Toro

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Poll taken over the weekend.

It's over. Stick a fork in him. He's done.

In the new survey, Mrs. Clinton jumped to an 11-point lead over Mr. Trump among likely voters on a ballot including third-party candidates, up from 6 percentage points in September.

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The newly public recording, in which Mr. Trump bragged that his celebrity allowed him to grope and kiss women, prompted wide condemnation within his own party—and calls from many elected GOP officials for him to step aside in favor of another nominee. The survey of 500 registered voters found that 38% believed that the Mr. Trump had been disqualified for office and should withdraw, with 42% disagreeing with the idea that he should exit the race.

Similarly, some 42% of voters agreed with the statement that the tape should not be an issue in the race because it is a decade old and because Mr. Trump has apologized. Some 52% disagreed.

About one-third of voters said they saw Mr. Trump’s comments on the tape as inappropriate, but typical of how some men talk in private, in keeping with Mr. Trump’s description of his remarks as “locker room talk.’’

By contrast, a larger share, 41%, said agreed with the statement that Mr. Trump’s comments were “completely unacceptable” and had crossed a boundary into describing ``touching women in a sexual way without their consent.’’

Asked who they would back for president, 72% of Republicans said they would vote for Mr. Trump, well below the 85% of Democrats backing Mrs. Clinton. That stands as a troubling sign for the GOP nominee. There are usually fewer Republicans than Democrats in the presidential voter pool, and GOP nominees cannot afford to lose many members of their own party.

The weekend survey found signs of women moving away from Mr. Trump. Mrs. Clinton’s advantage among women increased to 21 percentage points, from 12 points in the September Journal/NBC Survey. Mr. Trump retained a small, single-point advantage among men.​

Donald Trump’s Support Falls in Wake of Lewd Video, New Poll Says
 

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There seems to be universal agreement that he lost the second debate too.

I told these tools right from the gecko that they were supporting an utter loser.
 

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Poll taken over the weekend.

It's over. Stick a fork in him. He's done.

In the new survey, Mrs. Clinton jumped to an 11-point lead over Mr. Trump among likely voters on a ballot including third-party candidates, up from 6 percentage points in September.

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The newly public recording, in which Mr. Trump bragged that his celebrity allowed him to grope and kiss women, prompted wide condemnation within his own party—and calls from many elected GOP officials for him to step aside in favor of another nominee. The survey of 500 registered voters found that 38% believed that the Mr. Trump had been disqualified for office and should withdraw, with 42% disagreeing with the idea that he should exit the race.

Similarly, some 42% of voters agreed with the statement that the tape should not be an issue in the race because it is a decade old and because Mr. Trump has apologized. Some 52% disagreed.

About one-third of voters said they saw Mr. Trump’s comments on the tape as inappropriate, but typical of how some men talk in private, in keeping with Mr. Trump’s description of his remarks as “locker room talk.’’

By contrast, a larger share, 41%, said agreed with the statement that Mr. Trump’s comments were “completely unacceptable” and had crossed a boundary into describing ``touching women in a sexual way without their consent.’’

Asked who they would back for president, 72% of Republicans said they would vote for Mr. Trump, well below the 85% of Democrats backing Mrs. Clinton. That stands as a troubling sign for the GOP nominee. There are usually fewer Republicans than Democrats in the presidential voter pool, and GOP nominees cannot afford to lose many members of their own party.

The weekend survey found signs of women moving away from Mr. Trump. Mrs. Clinton’s advantage among women increased to 21 percentage points, from 12 points in the September Journal/NBC Survey. Mr. Trump retained a small, single-point advantage among men.​

Donald Trump’s Support Falls in Wake of Lewd Video, New Poll Says

When I wake up the day after the election and if Trump win, well I am building the wall on the Mexican side to keep all of you idiots in the U.S. to suffer from your stupidity and arrogance!
 

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Any woman who will still vote for the pussy grabber should drive to the nearest medical center and turn in her vagina, you don't deserve it.
 

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I think Donald's head is going to explode. What a whiny, vindictive little boy he showed himself to be last night.
 

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The Wall Street Journal?
Are you kidding me?
 

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Thing is that if you go with either the Mon Rasumussen or Sunday YouGov, you have Hillary up by 7 or 6. And 11% or 9% undecided. Is anyone seriously going to make the case that Trump using that language and parading the old set of supposedly Bill Clinton victims is going to even get a maj of those undecides?

If the gop loses the general by 8%, it's going to be difficult to hold the senate.

Assuming Hillary wins, the only way to get actual deficit reduction legislation through is if both parties compromise to do something unpopular with their base. I'm just not seeing how this election does that.
 

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I guess I can make an argument for Hillary as potus and getting a biparitisan deficit reduction package. And imo the deficits are our greatest threat by far ... including Isis.

If the gop and dems in the senate actually agree to a compromise bill hiking some taxes and really cutting entitlements, then the gop speaker of the house has to make a choice of whether to be the agent of the party of no or to anger the very right, but secure a position where he can argue being a bipartisan leader.

And Hillary will be 73 and still have 50% of us wanting her retired.
 

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