New poll finds most Americans think Trump will be a sore loser AP Photo/ Evan Vucci
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump points towards guests during an campaign event with employees at Trump National Doral, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Most voters think Hillary Clinton will win the presidential election in November, but they also believe Donald Trump will be a sore loser. That’s according to a CNN/ORC poll that indicates 7 out of 10 people polled don’t believe Donald Trump will accept the results and concede the election.

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Voters are also confident their ballots will be accurately counted. Nearly 8 in 10 said once the winner has been announced, the losing candidate has an obligation to accept the results and concede.

About 35 percent said they believe if Trump loses, he will accept the results and concede once votes have been certified. Sixty-one percent believe he will not.

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The poll found Clinton’s numbers on the rise, with 68 percent expecting she’ll win. That number is up from 55 percent in June.

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(H/T: CNN)

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