Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters during a campaign rally at the Canton Memorial Civic Center on September 14, 2016 in Canton, Ohio. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images/AFP
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When third party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein were included, the race was tied among likely voters – at 42 percent each – while Clinton had a slight edge (41 to 39 percent) among registered voters.White voters lacking a college degree gave Trump a strong show of support – 58 percent – while Clinton led Trump among white college graduate voters.Among white college graduates, only 29 percent backed Trump, 48 percent supported Clinton, but 21 percent said they would vote for someone else or stay out of the polling stations come Election Day, on Nov. 8 .
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