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Sun Nov 6, 2016, 12:01 PM Nov 2016

Final poll: Majority feels comfortable with Clinton as president [View all]

Majority feels comfortable with Clinton as president

Majority feels comfortable with Clinton as president

The NBC/WSJ poll also finds 52 percent of likely voters saying they would be comfortable and prepared to support Clinton as president if she wins on Tuesday night, versus 46 percent who say they wouldn't be comfortable.

That's compared with just 43 percent of likely voters who say they would be comfortable with Trump as president. Fifty-four percent say they'd be uncomfortable.

The NBC/WSJ poll was conducted Nov. 3-5 of 1,282 likely voters (including more than 600 reached by cell phone), and it has a margin of error of plus-minus 2.7 percentage points. The rest of the poll will be released at 5:00 pm ET.


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