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>> Have you been seeing what's happening with those polls? They're like rocket ships.>> We're gonna roll up our sleeves, and we're gonna do it!>> With just four days to go, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump locked in a final mad dash for votes Friday as tightening in the crucial swing states make the race to the White House even more of a nail-biter.
Reuters / Ipsos States of the Nation poll now showing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a dead heat in Florida and North Carolina with Michigan, once looking solidly blue, now too close to call.>> I believe we can do this together. My opponent, in his convention, said I alone can fix it.
Well, no, nobody alone does anything.>> They get the jobs, the plants, the money. We get the drugs, we get the unemployment. So one-way street, not gonna happen anymore folks.>> The two keeping a torrid pace Friday in Ohio, which could tip either way, and Pennsylvania leaning toward Clinton.
Still the odds-on favorite to win it all, but Trump now showing a plausible path, especially if fewer African-Americans turn out than did in 2012.>> I will fix your inner cities.>> Trump needs Florida and North Carolina to have a good chance. Clinton could lose both and still emerge the victor.
>> I will get up every day in that White House, and I will go to work for you.>> The poll conducted after last Friday's statement from the FBI that it was examining newly discovered e-mails that might pertain to Clinton's use of a private e-mail server as Secretary of State.