Commenting on the latest poll numbers between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough says, “it’s jump ball between now and the day of the election.”
On Monday’s edition of “Morning Joe,” Scarborough said, “If you look at the favorable and unfavorable numbers, you start to get a sense of why a candidate like Donald Trump can have as bad a week as Donald Trump, a bad of [a] month as Donald Trump has had, when you look at his opponent and her approval ratings are in the low 30s, while his are in the high 20s and her disapprovals are in the mid-50s, while his is sitting there at 60. I guess that means it’s jump ball between now and the day of the election.”
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) June 27, 2016
According to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 29 percent of respondents have a positive opinion of Trump, compared to 33 percent of Clinton and 60 percent have a negative view of Trump, while 55 percent have a negative view of Clinton.
The election will take place on Tuesday, November 8.