The polls have reported that the Democratic opponent, Gov. Maggie Hassan is losing to the Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) in the intensifying race for the governor’s seat. Sen. Kelly Ayotte is taking the lead with six points ahead of Gov. Maggie Hassan. The Democrat Colin Van Ostern is also being led by the Republican Chris Sununu the son of Bush operative, Trumps supporter John Sununu, and Romney surrogate with a five-point lead.
The Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is scheduled to visit New Hampshire as the election is around the corner, for at least two times. The race to the White House is intensifying by the hour and the Republican nominee Donald Trump hopes to boosts his campaigns momentum as the election is around the corner.
The Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is no exception, she has also scheduled a visit to New Hampshire twice. The race to the White House has intensified and it’s at an all-time high as the two presidential candidates will be in the same state on Monday and Friday; The Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will not visit the state in person.
In a report issued by Steve Koczela, the president of the MassINC Polling group, he emphasized on how intense the race had gotten in New Hampshire. The MassINC is charge with the responsibility of conducting the WBUR survey.
In the polls findings, it was intriguing to find out that the U.S. voters are continuously disliking both presidential nominees. Among the respondents who participated in the polls, 37 percent are inclined towards the Republican nominee stating that they support Donald Trump. The percentage of voters who are supporting the Republican nominee has drastically increased from the previous number over the recent past; around three weeks. It turns out that the Republican nominee Donald Trump has more voters inclining towards him with a 37 percent of voters while the Democratic nominee
Hillary Clinton is trailing with a 36 percent.
This results are based on a poll that was conducted from Saturday through to Tuesday; this come after the tragic news about the Democratic nominee’s case was re-opened by the FBI concerning the email server.
On Friday afternoon, the Republican nominee Donald Trump emphasized by restating the case to an audience in a rally that was held in Manchester, New Hampshire; the audience had amounted to a crowd of 2,500 supporters.<<Back