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    Three-quarters of black US voters would like to see Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton as the next US president, while only seven percent support her Republican rival Donald Trump, a survey revealed.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to a poll by the Morning Consult published Sunday, some 54 percent of Hispanic voters are also likely to vote for Clinton, with just 20 percent willing to vote for Trump.

    At the same time, according to the poll, Trump is leading among all US voters, with 39 percent of public support against Clinton’s 38 percent. They are followed by the Libertarians' Gary Johnson with nine percent and the Green Party’s Jill Stein with four percent of public support.

    Over 1,700 respondents were polled for the survey conducted on September 22-24.

    The US elections are scheduled to be held on November 8.

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