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    Clinton, Trump Tied in US Swing State of North Carolina

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    US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has 42 percent of the vote while her opponent Donald Trump has 41.2 percent in North Carolina, according to the poll.

    WASHINGTON(Sputnik) — The US presidential race between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump is now too close to call in the electoral swing state of North Carolina, a new poll revealed Tuesday.

    “Among likely voters, Clinton has 42 percent of the vote while Trump has 41.2 percent,” a press release on the Elon University poll stated.

    The release noted that just under 9 percent of voters remain undecided.

    The election is scheduled for November 8, but early voting in North Carolina began October 20.


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