Tramp for the first time since may, almost equal in popularity with Clinton

The candidate in US presidents from Republican party, the billionaire Donald trump for the first time since may as closed the gap on his main rival of the Democrats, Hillary Clinton’s popularity among voters. It follows from the results of a survey conducted by Reuters and the international sociological center of Ipsos.

According to the survey, which was conducted from July 18 to 22, trump is ready to give their votes to 38% of the polled voters. Clinton, in turn, supports 41% of respondents. Thus, trump is behind Clinton by 3%.

The previous poll, which showed the data on July 16 showed the gap between the presidential candidates at 7% in favor of Hillary Clinton, and the results on July 6, former Secretary of state ahead of trump by almost 13%.

July 20 the majority of delegates at the Republican national Convention voted for Donald trump as the official presidential candidate of the United States. For the nomination of the billionaire spoke of 1725 2472 delegates with the necessary 1237 votes.

The United States presidential election will be held on 8 November. In late July the Democratic party, whose leader is Clinton, the Congress will select a candidate for the nomination for the presidency. In June, candidate Clinton has officially endorsed incumbent President Barack Obama.