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In Crucial State of Florida: 28% Republicans in Early Voting Crossed Over to Hillary Clinton


J K K Peah

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Philadelphia- The United States mainstream media  about an hour ago struck with a lighting when fresh survey poll from Florida revealed that 28% of Republicans  of Florida crossed over  and voted for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, a far stretch from what the media has been reporting that the two candidates were running neck-to-neck.

According to the new  Target Smart Survey and William & Mary to be released tomorrow, Hillary Clinton is leading in Florida early voting getting 53% and Donald Trump getting 41% and 6% of Democrats crossed over to Trump.

The report of 28% Republicans crossing over to vote for Hillary Clinton in Florida, a must win state for Donald Trump, could again decide the United States election as  usual as it has been crucial in every election but this time, if the voting trend in Florida continues on Tuesday in  Florida, Hillary Clinton will win the election by landslide and Donald Trump’s ambition of the Presidency would be effectively squashed and Hillary Clinton be declared President of the United Sates before Americans go to bed and the country won’t have to go through a long night of waiting for the winner as usually the case in recent elections.

Florida is a must win state for Donald Trump to have a path to the White House or else, his campaign comes to its crushing end.


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