Sep 22, 2016 11:46 AM EDT
Electoral College Victory: Trump One State Away From Winning RCP
Donald Trump is only one state away from winning the RCP's Electoral College victory. This is what the most recent poll revealed about the tight battle for the presidency between Hillary Clinton and the Republican real estate mogul candidate.
Looking back weeks ago, Clinton was confidently claiming the number spot on the majority of the presidential polls conducted. Things, however, changed this past two weeks as Donald Trump began climbing up the spot dramatically.
It was believed that one of the biggest factors affecting the sudden change in the presidential poll is Clinton's health condition. The so-called "Clinton health scare" paved the way for Trump to gather more votes turning the table around and making it to the number one spot on four states namely Iowa, Ohio, Florida and North Carolina, The Townhall reported.
As of this writing, Trump will only need to secure one state to make it to the Electoral College victory. Pennsylvania is one great challenge to the real-estate magnate as polling evidence show that Trump is far from making it to the number one spot in the said state.
Michigan is another potential vote-rich state that if Trump will make his way to the top on its poll, he is on his way to the presidency. Though it was known to be a place where Clinton topped the polls, things have changed weeks ago. The five to seven point differences between the two candidates have now been cut down to three, giving Trump an optimistic view.
Virginia is another potential hope for Trump as the race is turning to his favor in the past three weeks. The three surveys conducted showed that Clinton's lead is now down at only three points.
Colorado, a state where Trump did not have a ground to speak of manifested optimism in favor of Trump's presidency. After Clinton's health scare, the business magnate suddenly climbed up the spot beating his opponent by four points, The Daily Wire reported.
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