TOPSHOT - US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves after addressing a primary night rally in Columbia, South Carolina, on February 27, 2016. / AFP / Nicholas Kamm
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Hillary Clinton is shifting her focus to Republican front-runner Donald Trump as her party looks for the best ways to challenge the billionaire's unpredictable nature in a general election.While party leaders see Clinton in a favorable position against Trump, they caution that the real estate mogul has shown a mastery of the media and an ability to stay on offense throughout the Republican primaries.A new survey of 800 likely Republican voters commissioned by a Democratic firm led by Stan Greenberg, who served as President Bill Clinton's pollster, found that 20 percent of Republicans are "uncertain" whether they would back Trump or Clinton in a head-to-head match-up.Clinton's campaign, meanwhile, is increasingly pointing to Trump as the likely Republican nominee.
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