With Election Day two weeks away, Trump's electoral map looks bleak. It is not close. The mostly likely outcome would be 326 votes for Clinton to 212 for Trump.
On Monday morning, Trump appeared to agree with her, telling a local news reporter that he was "somewhat behind in the polls".
"He's in a lot of trouble, that's just all there is to it".
Among likely voters, Clinton tops Trump 49 per cent to 44 per cent, the poll showed. John McCain and Florida Sen.
Folks, it is hard to win a presidential race - let alone lead in national polls - when six in 10 women, seven in 10 young voters, eight in 10 Latinos, and almost nine in 10 African Americans have an unfavorable view of you, even against another unpopular opponent. More importantly, she leads in every major swing state.
He accused the media of being corrupt and for doing the bidding of Hillary Clinton as well as the Democratic National Committee.
Fuchs adds that the poll shows Clinton leading Trump among minority voters, 78% to 11%. States where she had trailed narrowly, like Nevada and OH, have moved in her direction.
Branding as "lies" the sexual harassment accusations against him, Donald Trump on October 22 threatened to sue his female accusers when all is said and done. Recent polls in Texas, a longtime Republican stronghold, suggest Clinton could makes gains Democrats.
Clinton is even up in Arizona.
The most promising finding in the poll for Trump is his continued edge as more trusted to handle the economy.
Trump continues to have a sturdy lead in Iowa and a narrow lead in Ohio. And, of course, some shocking event could occur at any time.
Prominent data-crunching websites give Clinton a 97-per-cent chance (Princeton Election Consortium), 92-per-cent chance (New York Times) and 86-per-cent chance (FiveThirtyEight).
Elizabeth Warren's turn to join her fellow Democrats in cranking up the heat on her Republican colleagues in the Senate, who have become as big of targets as Donald Trump in the closing days of the campaign. Remarkably, he said this just minutes before Conway's tweet.
Casting the election as a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity to reject the nation's political elite, the provocative Republican billionaire insisted he was the voice of the American everyman and essentially urged voters to ignore his 18-month candidacy of overheated rhetoric. "So falling to 39 would be beginning to flirt with the level of George McGovern in 1972".
The District of Columbia also allows early voting. Twenty-nine percent (29%) think Trump has more to hide, while 19% think both candidates have an equal amount to hide. As The Washington Post's Stuart Rothenberg put it, the generic ballot between Democrats and Republicans suggests healthy ― but not insane ― gains for Democrats.
Weighing each state by 2012's presidential election turnout makes no substantive difference; in fact, it increases Clinton's margin by a few tenths of a percentage point.
"We are excited about the support we are seeing in parts of the state that haven't voted for a Republican in years", Post said in a statement.
Reporter: Yeah, the early vote is not looking good for Donald Trump.
The news comes after another video surfaced showing him praising Hillary Clinton on the Fox News Channel in the same year, 2008.
While Trump used the same vocabulary of a "rigged system" he employed in the primary, the public backlash against his remarks was far greater.
"I believe we're actually winning", Trump declared during a round table discussion with farmers gathered next to a local pumpkin patch. But he also acknowledged in a radio interview that he is "behind in the polls". Early voting by mail began two weeks ago. Clinton's current lead and superior ground game allow her to bank a significant head start in advance of November 8. Okay, Jon, thanks very much.
Trump's recent criticism of House Speaker Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders led 57 percent of self-identified Republicans and Republican-leaning voters to describe their party as divided.
She was seeking to cement her lead by conquering battlegrounds including Florida, North Carolina and OH where early voting has already begun, and where the race will be won or lost.