The Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, will face off against Hillary Clinton in a face-off of the election.
In a race that has divided the country, the Republican nominee will take on the Democrats.
There is no way to predict the outcome of this year’s election.
Here are 10 things you need to know to make an informed choice.1.
Hillary Clinton has a clear lead over Donald Trump on the race to be the next president of the United States.
Clinton currently holds a lead of 3.6 points, according to a Washington Post/ABC News poll released Tuesday.
The poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.5 points.
Clinton leads by more than 7 points among registered voters and by over 6 points among likely voters, according the poll.
The latest Washington Post poll also showed that Clinton has increased her lead among women voters to 6 points.
Clinton is the Democratic nominee for president.
Trump is the Republican.
While Clinton has the support of more than 75 percent of Democrats, Trump has only 57 percent support among Republicans, according a poll from NBC News/Wall Street Journal released Monday.
The NBC/WSJ poll had an error margin of plus-or-minus 4.4 percentage points.2.
Trump has a large lead among African-Americans, a group that traditionally votes Democratic.
Trump leads Clinton among black voters by more in the latest Washington Examiner/Morning Consult poll.
Trump has a 4-point advantage among African Americans who are 18 to 34 years old, with a 6-point lead among those 45 to 54, and a 9-point margin among those 55 and older.
Another poll, from the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, released Tuesday showed that Trump has the backing of more African-American voters than Clinton.
According to the poll, Trump’s lead among black Republicans is 11 points and his lead among white Republicans is 8 points.
Trump’s support among black Democrats is much larger, with 66 percent of his supporters in the poll saying they support him, compared to 42 percent for Clinton.3.
Trump holds a comfortable lead among Hispanics.
In the latest NBC/Wall St Journal poll, Clinton holds a 6 point lead among Hispanic voters.
Trump also leads among Hispanics who are older than 50, but the gap between the two is much smaller.
Trump continues to have a big lead among young Hispanic voters, with 70 percent of Hispanic voters saying they approve of him, against 41 percent who say the same of Clinton.
The Quinnipac poll also shows Trump’s advantage among Hispanic Americans is much greater than among blacks.
The race between Clinton and Trump has been a tight race in the past.
In December of last year, the Washington Post reported that the candidates were in a virtual dead heat, with Trump ahead by 6 points in the polls.
Trump had held a 9 point lead in that poll before the latest poll was released.
In February of this week, The New York Times reported that Clinton had a much narrower lead than Trump had in the Quinni poll.
According to The New Times, Clinton led by just 2 points in Quinnipach’s latest poll, with just 5 percent of respondents saying they would vote for her.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Louisville, Ky., on May 2, 2020.
Clinton was the first woman to be nominated for president in the history of the Democratic Party.
She became the first black woman to ever win the presidency and the first Democrat to be elected to the presidency since Woodrow Wilson in 1896.
She has been the presumptive nominee since June 6.
“I have to congratulate my husband for having been the nominee,” Clinton said Tuesday night in Kentucky.
“And I would like to thank the candidates who have come before us.
And I would also like to congratulate the candidates and the millions of Americans who have given their time and their energy to help make this happen.”5.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will be the Democratic candidate for president as well.
Biden has a 9.9 percent support rating among registered Democrats and a 4.9% support rating with likely voters.
Biden’s support in the most recent Quinnipack poll is 4.3 percent, the lowest of any Democrat in the race.
Biden is expected to face off with Trump in a debate on Tuesday night.
A poll released Monday by the University of Michigan, released in conjunction with NBC News, showed that Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders trails Republican nominee Donald Trump by 4 points in a hypothetical head-to-head match-up.
Sanders has a 17.9-point support advantage among registered Democratic voters and a 12.4-point edge among likely Democratic voters, the poll found.
More than two-thirds of Democrats believe the country is on the wrong track, according another NBC/Polling Institute poll released last week.
Sanders leads Trump by 5 points among Democratic registered