Hot politics issues and fashion hot issues have been hot topics for the past few weeks as Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and others have each made their bid for the White House.
As of Monday, the latest polls have Clinton with a slight lead over Trump, but the trend is likely to continue to move in Clinton’s favour.
Here are some of the hot political issues hot issues for the 2016 US presidential race.
Hillary Clinton, the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, has made the issue of the rise of Islamic extremism her key message in her campaign.
The issue is central to her campaign and she has often referred to it in her speeches.
Trump has made a name for himself in his campaign for the Republican nomination for the presidency.
In September, he claimed the US is at a “civil war” and said the United States must be the “first to take the lead in ending the rise” of Islamic extremists.
He also argued that US citizens are at risk of being taken over by radical Islam.
The issue of terrorism is very important for many voters in the US, but there is no consensus as to whether the current level of terrorism has increased or decreased.
Some believe it has not decreased, while others say it has increased.
Many have also noted that Clinton has not made a strong enough effort to address the issue, and that Trump has also failed to articulate his own policy positions on the subject.
A poll conducted by ABC News/Washington Post published on Sunday found that 60 per cent of Americans believe that terrorism is more prevalent in the United Kingdom than in the U.S., compared with 40 per cent in the UK.
The poll found that one-third of Americans surveyed think it is “more likely that Islamic extremists are attempting to infiltrate the United United States”.
According to the ABC/Post poll, one in five Americans believe there is a “very good chance” that the Islamic State group is planning attacks in the coming year.
The UK government is considering an anti-terror bill, but has said it will not become law until there is more clarity over the matter.
The proposed bill would allow the police to use their “policies and procedures” to investigate terrorism cases if there is evidence that “a terrorist threat exists” in the country.
In the wake of the London terror attack, the British prime minister has said that the country’s “core values” would be “attacked” by “those who want to turn the UK into a sanctuary for extremists and those who would turn it into a safe haven for terrorists.”
According to a report by the Centre for Economics and Policy Research, the number of people killed in terrorist attacks in Britain has reached a record high in 2016, with more than 2,000 people killed.