The shock poll media don't want you to see?

USC/L.A. Times shows Trump up in latest, but you've got to find results yourself

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Donald Trump and Hillary ClintonWASHINGTON – Every day the USC/L.A. Times poll asks a portion of 3,000 U.S. citizens randomly recruited from across all households and demographic groups how they view the presidential race.

The polls began July 4 and will run through the election.

The pollsters must have got a shock this weekend.

Their results show Donald Trump in the lead.

So how did the news team report it?

It didn’t.

You have to look at the poll results for yourself to see the findings and understand them.

In news parlance, it’s called burying the lead – considered a cardinal sin in the business.

But it’s there as plain as day, in answer to the key question, “Who would you vote for?”