Hillary Clinton wants you to 'Pokemon Go to the polls'

That focus on individuals, not likely voters, downplays Trump's likely ballot-box support because the GOP typically has higher support among registered voters than among all individuals.

"I don't, but people are playing it. No question about it", Trump said. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, a recent poll from Reuters/Ipsos shows that over 20 percent of potential voters will not vote for Trump or Clinton.

In March, 9 percent said they were undecided.

"I can't help but reflect on how much more enjoyable this election will be now that we are on the same side", Mrs. Clinton said of Mr. Sanders.

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Large and growing numbers of voters view Clinton as dishonest, the poll indicates, but she is helped by Trump's poor ratings on an array of personal attributes.

Meanwhile, a separate poll provided insight into what was on Trump and Clinton voters' minds before the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week, and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia the following week.

Clinton also holds a comfortable 51 percent to 42 percent cushion over Trump in a recent Pew Research Center poll that largely stems from her overwhelming advantage in minority support.

Trump garners a whopping zero percent of the electorate among African-American voters in key swing states, a slice of the population that lies at the intersection of two key constituencies.

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This isn't Kaine's first vice presidential flirtation: President Barack Obama seriously considered him for his ticket eight years ago. Then Trump leads 41 percent to 36 percent. While most politicians do their fair share of pandering, Clinton has changed her views drastically on important issues.

The poll also suggests that Trump still faces difficulty unifying the Republican Party after the contentious primary campaign, as he gets no more than 79% of the Republican vote in all four swing states polled. The New York billionaire is most liked in Florida, 34 percent favorable to 61 percent unfavorable.

Mrs. Clinton's leads over Mr. Trump in the four states were comparable when Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein were added to the mix. Forty percent of whites, 13 percent of Hispanics and 7 percent of blacks have a favorable opinion of Trump.

But in North Carolina's gubernatorial race, Democrat Roy Cooper had a 4-point, 49 percent to 45 percent lead over Republican Gov. Pat McCrory.

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