New poll: Most believe Trump likely made unwanted sexual advances

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WASHINGTON – Despite his denials, many believe Donald Trump made unwanted sexual advances toward women, according to anew Washington Post-ABC News poll.

The release of a video where Donald Trump talks about his sexual advances toward women and several women accusing him of misconduct has not cut deeply into polling numbers, according to the survey.

Hillary Clinton holds a four-point lead over Trump, with early voting starting and the election less than a month away.

Key findings from the Washington Post: “Nearly 7 in 10 respondents believe Trump probably made unwanted sexual advances, and a majority say his apology for boasts about forcing himself on women on a hot-mic videotape was insincere. Nonetheless, the controversy appeared to have had only a minimal impact on his overall support.”

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