Hillary Clinton appears to be getting a bump in the polls after Monday's presidential debate in which she was widely hailed as the victor against Donald Trump.
It is shameful that your newspaper failed to endorse Donald Trump ("Hillary Clinton is the only choice to move America ahead").
Plunging the future of the 2016 Presidential debates into doubt, Donald J. Trump said on Tuesday morning that he would not participate in the remaining two debates if Hillary Clinton is there.
It is also notable that a majority of viewers-55 percent-said they watched the entire debate all the way through.
But the LA Times and USC poll also adjusts for something else - it takes into account how people say they voted in 2012.
The Fox News survey is especially noteworthy because of the way some of its hosts have referred to online, non-scientific post-debate polls to make the case that Trump came out of the debate victorious. Of them, 1,239 identified themselves as likely voters.
Even so, Clinton's performance seemed to have little impact on her support among America's likely voters.
Clinton has mostly led Trump in the poll this year, and her level of support has been for to five percentage points higher than Trump's in each of the last four weeks.
Trump did not ultimately do so, asking if it was alright to refer to her on stage as "Secretary Clinton" and then adding, "I want you to be happy - it's very important to me". According to The Hill, Trump made up 62 percent of the conversation on Twitter Monday night, which includes both criticism and praise for the Republican nominee.
Sanders has campaigned for Clinton since the Democratic convention, most recently at the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday.