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Americans vote Tuesday in one of the country's most bitterly contested elections following months of raucous and aggressive campaigning by Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.Clinton sought to capture more votes from Latinos, African-Americans and young people, while Trump was looking to rev up disaffected auto workers and a middle class he says has been sidelined by the political establishment.The latest opinion polls showed Clinton ahead: A Fox News poll showed her leading Trump by 4 percentage points among likely voters and Clinton also held a 4-point lead in an ABC/Washington Post poll and a CBS news poll released Monday.Clinton's comfortable lead had eroded since late last month and investors had been unnerved by the tightening race, preferring what is seen as a known quantity in Clinton, over the political wild card, Trump.Trump gave no ground to Clinton or to polls showing her with a narrow lead.Still, Trump continued to seize on the email issue, despite the FBI's finding.Clinton, a former first lady and U.S. senator seeking to become the first woman elected to the White House, had a 5 percentage point lead over Trump nationally – with 44 percent to 39 percent support, according to latest Reuters/Ipsos poll.
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