The general consensus across various focus groups, betting markets and media outlets on Monday’s debate was that Clinton won the debate.
CBS News pollster Frank Luntz conducted a poll of 22 Pennsylvania voters after the debate. 16 said they thought Clinton had won while only six voted for Trump.
A CNN/ORC poll of debate watchers released after the event found 62 percent felt Clinton won compared to 27 percent for Trump. However, the poll suggests the debate audience was a bit more Democratic than the public as a whole.
The candidate will speak Tuesday afternoon at Wake Technical Community College, according to her campaign. Clinton plans to speak about her economic proposals and that she says will help families.
Clinton’s campaign said in a statement that she plans to “outline her vision for an America that is stronger together and puts families first, as well as her plan for building an economy that works for everyone – not just those at the top.”
The event can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via RBC Broadcasting.
Clinton has been a favorite throughout the campaign, but her odds have fallen over the past several weeks as the national and state polls have tightened.