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Trump regains lead in UPI daily tracking poll, expands in LA Times

UPI Daily Tracking - Trump 49.3, Clinton 47.3

LA Times - Trump 47.3, Clinton 41.7

In unison, the liberal media has celebrated what it viewed as a big Clinton win in the debate this past Monday. The polls have not shown much of a bump for Clinton, however, showing that she has only gained 0.88% in an average of national polls as of Friday.

The slight bump has eroded over the weekend from 0.88% to 0.62%. Over the weekend, Trump has held his lead in the LA Times/Daybreak tracking poll and regained a lead in the UPI/CVoter tracking poll, now leading by 2 points.

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Daily post-debate tracker 

  Day of Debate After 1 day After 2 days After 3 days After 4 days After 5 days After 6 days
National Shift ---- Trump +0.55 Clinton +1.56 Clinton +0.88 Clinton +0.68 Clinton +0.62 Clinton +0.64

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