Trump Has Big Appeal For Voters In Eastern Ohio Coal Country

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CAM Ohio coal miners head into the mine for a shift inside the Hopedale Mine near Cadiz, Ohio on March 10, 2006. (Joe Maiorana/AP)

A new Quinnipiac University survey shows Donald Trump with a four-point lead over Hillary Clinton in the battleground state of Ohio.

Trump’s appeal is especially strong along the eastern end of Ohio in places like Harrison County — a region with a history of mining — where Nick Castele of Here & Now contributor WCPN Ideastream visited with Trump supporters.


Nick Castele, reporter for WCPN. He tweets @NickCastele.

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