Barely a few weeks before the voting day, the race to the White House is looking intensified and tightened. These elections are not going to be easy for either Trump or Hilary, as the mood of the US voters couldn’t be read so far. At a point of time after the official Nomination of both the Presidential Nominees, Hilary was seen leading marginally over Trump but as Trump Changed his Campaign and the way he presents his policies, a swing of votes can be clearly seen.
As per the latest Polls conducted by CNN says that Republican’s Nominee Donald trump managed to close in on the Democratic Nominee Hilary Clinton. And the polls results says that the among the likely voters, Mr Trump is leading over Ms Clinton with a margin of 2 points.
In many other polls, the margin of vote percentage for Hilary Clinton saw a decline and maybe that is the reason why Clinton intensified her attacks on her opponent Trump. In her latest attack, Hilary Called Trump unable and Unqualified to be the President of a nation like the United States. As Mr trump is busy with his fund-raisings, he didn’t respond to Mrs Clinton’s attack.
Another Poll Conducted by the Washington Post suggests that 20 states are solidly behind or leaning towards each side. Ten states are too close to call, but Ms Clinton has a clear edge in terms of Electoral College votes — the key determining factor of the outcome. Ms Clinton is estimated to capture 244 Electoral College votes, against the halfway mark of 270. Mr Trump could expect 126, while 168 were counted as the tossup.
Talking about the challenges ahead of both the Nominees, Temperament is Mr Trump’s Achilles’ heel. Whereas for Hilary Clinton, it is trustworthiness among the US Voters is the biggest challenge. However, still the Black Voters are still high with Clinton but the typical US Voter is still divided but a large section of them is secretly supporting Trump for the Race.
Well, the wait is now turning into the high Curiosity around the globe about the next US President. Anyhow we have to wait for Tuesday, November 8 to know about it.