KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (AP) — National preference polls may give Hillary Clinton an edge over Donald, and the electoral map may favor her.
And sizable numbers of Democrats say they’re behind Clinton.
But many say they’re more motivated by a desire to keep Trump out of the White House than by her vision for the country’s future or by her bid to become the first woman to serve as president.
Democrats and independent voters in the Philadelphia suburbs — a crucial area in a competitive state — are expressing mixed feelings about Clinton in the days leading up to next week’s Democratic convention in their hometown.
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