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First Post-Debate Poll Gives Hillary A Significant Lead... And A Familiar Problem Emerges

On Tuesday afternoon, a joint NBC/WSJ poll revealed the first official polling results following Sunday's contentious debate. It found that in a 4 way race, Hillary Clinton held on to a 9 point lead over Donald Trump, with the support of 46% of likely voters, while Trump has 37%, Gary Johnson has 8% and Jill Stein has 2%. BREAKING: Clinton holds 9-point lead over Trump after second debate, NBC/WSJ poll says https://t.
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