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    Majority of US Thinks Clinton Has More 'Presidential' Experience Than Trump

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    More than a half of US citizens consider Hillary Clinton to be twice more experienced than Donald Trump, a Gallup poll revealed on Friday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — More than a half of US citizens consider Democratic Party presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is two times more experienced to become country's president than Republican presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump, a Gallup poll revealed on Friday.

    According to the poll, 62 percent of the surveyed considered that Clinton had enough experience to become a president, while only 31 percent of the US citizens, participated in the poll, said that Trump's experience was enough.

    Clinton also had double-digit advantages over her rival in the issues of ability to work with both Republican and Democratic parties and likability, the survey added.

    The US presidential election is scheduled for November 8, 2016. Clinton and Trump are expected to become the candidates of Republican and Democratic parties at the forthcoming elections.


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