Donald Trump 2016: Latest polls and updated projections for presidential election

Source: AP
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This is your one-stop shop for all election updates related to Donald Trump. There are numerous polls and projections that help indicate whether the Republican presidential nominee will capture the White House in November. 

Here is the state of the race for Donald Trump on Friday, Sept. 30. 

Donald Trump's poll numbers are on the decline

While Trump would beg to differ, the polls have not trended in his favor since the debate. 

While the presidential race is tighter, Trump remains about three points behind Hillary Clinton in the four-way RealClearPolitics poll tracker

And the latest post-debate state polls offer no confirmation to Trump's claim that he won the debate.

Projections: Trump still struggles to convince election analysts he can win in NovemberFiveThirtyEight and The Upshot continue to project a high chance of a Clinton victory.

Today's graphic: Trump's favorability numbers cut both ways. While the highest number of Americans now favor Trump since he entered the 2016 presidential race, nearly 60 percent still view him unfavorably. 

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Will Drabold

Will Drabold is a policy writer at Mic. He writes Navigating Trump's America, Mic's daily read on Donald Trump's America. He is based in Washington, D.C., and can be reached at wdrabold@mic.com

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