Trump gains ground as he is seen as an agent of change

Only 36 percent of the people who took the poll believe that Clinton would make any changes.

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The Clinton campaign team is getting worried as Trumps overall support percentage come to 44 percent. Clinton has a slight lead of 46 percent. This is not a good sign for Democrats, the Republicans are gaining momentum at such a critical point.

But on further investigations and surveys, the reason Trump has gained momentum is more people are viewing him as an agent of change. Only 36 percent of the people who took the poll believe that Clinton would make any changes.

Though viewed as a volatile candidate, Trump supports say that that is what you need to make changes. Clinton, though, just as disliked as her competitor is seen as the safer vote. The people were clearly torn between the; more reliable, same old same old vote; or a volatile, great risk great reward scenario.

“From what we see from the results there is no clear favorite at the moment,” said NYtime head editor. “In fact, there is no favorite, the people believes it’s all a matter of picking a lesser evil.”Both campaign teams have changed strategy toward the end of the campaign.

Trump has released that he needs the minority vote to get into office and is therefore visiting black churches and Hispanic communities. Hilary on the other hand has humanized herself and tried to connect with voters at their level. She has shown her religious side and her softish side. But another big surprise is Gray Johnson from the Libertarian party has gained some momentum. He currently stands at 8 percent in popularity.

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