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some traditional republican voters. >> and if she loses, david -- >> if she loses, i want to focus
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a little bit more about hip hop than i do the cubs. so david, when you look at these early voting numbers, and for all the talk about the ground game, the much-vaunted sort of democratic get out the vote, it looks like in a lot of these places, it's favoring republicans. >> yeah, well, first of all, there are various factors in each state. look at florida, and the thing that intrigues me is the increase in the hispanic vote and the increase in the percentage of people who didn't have a previous voting record. that is something that gives a lot of encouragement to democrats in florida and could make a really big difference there. you know, one of the problems that donald trump has is that the republican party has said or said after the last election that in order to win, they need to improve their performance among his papanichispanics, amo among younger voters. and particularly in the case of hispanics, they've gone in the other direction here. and in a state like florida, that could be a decisive difference. >> yeah, the republican national committee after mitt romney did so poor
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bill clinton and katy perry live here tonight. let's go to david chalian in washington. that poll of polls is obviously narrowing. we truly are here neck-and-neck. what are the most likely paths to 270. >> there's no doubt about that. three-point lead for hillary clinton. 46% to 43%. it doesn't get much closer than that. and that, of course, means that it is narrowing in some of the key states. we've talked before about hillary clinton's blue wall of defense here. wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, virginia. this is what gives her an advantage in the electoral map, that those states are leaning her way. but some late worry from team clinton on michigan. remember, let's look at the most recent michigan poll.
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