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Ipsos Study: 61% Indians Say Hillary Clinton will win US Presidential Election

05-November-2016
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Ipsos Study: 61% Indians Say Hillary Clinton will win US Presidential Election

According to the latest opinion poll by Ipsos Public Affairs, more than six out ten (61.4%) Indian citizens believe Hillary Clinton will win the upcoming US presidential election, though Donald Trump is seen as the favourite by the 24.6% respondents.

Most citizens around the world believe Hillary Clinton will win the upcoming US presidential election, though Donald Trump is seen as the favourite by the people of a few countries. Clinton leads by very large margins in Latin American countries, while Eastern Europe shows higher support for Trump.

Ipsos sampled 38 countries to find out which candidate they believe would win the election.

Clinton enjoys significant support from Latin American countries, including Argentina (74%), Brazil (69%), Colombia (82%), Chile (82%) and Mexico (86%).

Chinese citizens are split between the candidates, with a small plurality saying “don’t know” (39%) followed by Trump (32%) and Clinton (28%).

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Prior to joining Madison PR in 2012 Chaudhary was Group President Corporate Communications at Reliance Industries Limited.