Battleground polls: Trump by four in GA, Hillary by five in FL and nine in NH

Still, the views on Trump’s judgment appear to weigh on him, and he continues to get low marks on ability to be commander-in-chief. Taken together, these findings show just how much the campaign has turned on views of Trump, personally, and those metrics, and less so on policy or on Clinton’s own attributes.

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In New Hampshire the numbers suggest Trump hasn’t much room to grow, at least as of right now. Trump is losing New Hampshire women by a wide 51 percent to 29 percent spread, which is big enough for Clinton to easily overcome his slight edge with men.

Among women in New Hampshire, zero percent of those not with him are an affirmative “yes” and a scant nine percent say “maybe” they’d consider him going forward. Ninety-one percent say they never would.

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