The Republican race is over and the nominee is decided, while the Democratic race is facing twists and turns each day. While it seems Sanders is still a long shot from being a decided nominee of the Democratic party, he certainly looks to be the popular Democratic candidate at the moment since virtually every nationwide poll has placed him ahead of the Republican nominee.
Clinton started out as a pretty decent candidate, and she was leading Trump in the polls, but after being put through serious questioning on issues and pressure on the e-mail scandal, her position started to dwindle. The polls now show that despite people judging Trump as unqualified for the job, people would still prefer him over Hillary in the general election.
According to iNewsToday, in March and April, Hillary Clinton had a big lead in a head-to-head match-up with Donald Trump. It was a lead built while garnering 56.6 percent of the vote over 48 contests and was far greater than the lead Barack Obama held over Clinton in pledged delegates in 2008.
But things have started going downhill for the secretary, as she is gradually losing her ground against Donald Trump. The two polls released on Sunday were the most recent surveys to show a close race between Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, and Clinton who is the likely candidate representing the Democratic party.