The mainstream media is trying to make it look like Donald Trump has no chance of beating Hillary Clinton in this election, and that he will lose in one of the biggest landslides in history. That’s why it came as a massive shock to many this week when a new Monmouth University poll showed that the two are virtually tied in the crucial state of Arizona.
According to The Blaze, Trump is currently at 46 percent support in the state while Clinton is at 45 percent.
It’s Clinton’s popularity among hispanic voters, who make up one fifth of voters in the state, that is helping her even stay head to head with Trump in Arizona. Clinton has 65 percent support among Hispanic voters in Arizona while Trump has 30 percent.
However, Trump is in the lead over Clinton among white female voters in Arizona, with 47 percent of them supporting him and only 44 percent supporting her.
Clinton currently has a 52 percent to 42 percent lead with voters who have already cast their votes for Trump. But Trump still leads among voters who plan to cast their ballots on Election Day, 49 percent to 41 percent.
Though Arizona is historically a red state, it has been a swing state in the last few decades. Ironically, the last time Arizona went Democrat was in 1996, when they voted for Bill Clinton for reelection.
These polls show that despite what the media is telling you, Trump is still very much in this race. SHARE this story if you’re voting for TRUMP!