New Jersey is the favorite to win this year’s election, according to the latest poll by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
But it would be a landslide, according a recent Quinnipio survey.
New York and Maryland are the two states that are in play with two different polls showing the race in the tossup.
New Jersey could be the most vulnerable to a loss, the poll found.
The Quinnipios survey found that if Trump wins New Jersey, he would win by 9 points over Hillary Clinton, a big win for Trump.
New York is the state with the most votes, and the state would likely go for Clinton.
But, New York would be in a bind.
Both New York and New Jersey are Democratic-leaning states.
Democrats in New York are also more likely to be Republicans, but the state is very blue and the two Democratic governors, Andrew Cuomo and Jay Inslee, are from the state.
And if Clinton wins New York, she would need a very strong turnout to flip it, the Quinnips poll found, but it’s hard to see that happening.
The Quinnipias poll was conducted from October 6 to October 9, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.
It has a sample size of 7,948 registered voters, and it had a margin on accuracy of plus-minus 4.9 percentage points, the polling institute said.
Read more at the Axios.com site.