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Poll: Hillary Leads Among Unlikely and Non-Voters

That's right, the Bloomberg poll actually asked, for the first time, unlikely voters who they would back, if they changed their mind decided to do their civic duty and vote. According to Bloomberg Politics, the results show greater support for Hillary than The Donald -- 38 percent to 27 percent. The post Poll: Hillary Leads Among Unlikely and Non-Voters appeared first on RedState.
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