1. US presidential elections 2016: Poll-of-polls shows Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump

US presidential elections 2016: Poll-of-polls shows Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump

The voting will soon start in United States of America. Today 12 million Americans will go to the polls to vote in their next president.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 8, 2016 10:03 PM
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The latest poll of polls has shown that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is ahead of her Republican rival Donald Trump. The poll-of-polls is the average data received after taking an aggregate of the all the polls conducted so far.  The voting will soon start in United States of America. Today 12 million Americans will go to the polls to vote in their next president. Data released by Real Clear Politics showed Clinton ( 45.5) leading Trump ( 42.2) Election2016. Results from 50 states and Washington DC will be announced throughout the night, with either Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump revealed as the 45th president of the United States.

Dixville Notch has already declared its results. Clinton has bagged four votes, while Donald Trump two, one has gone for independent candidate Gary Johnson and a surprise in the form of Mitt Romney. Meanwhile, polls across America will open from 6am in the US and will close sometime between midnight and 1am (7pm and 8pm in the states). In a first, new voting laws will come into place in 14 states this year.

 

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