''Don't be superstituous because I don't want you to listen to this foolishness. Foolishness about 'your vote doesn't matter.' Your vote does matter,'' says musician Stevie Wonder. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Stevie Wonder lends his voice and his music to Democrats days ahead of the presidential race as he performs before a rally with President Barack Obama, who is on the campaign trail in Florida for Hillary Clinton. "Don't be superstitious because I don't want you to listen to this foolishness. Foolishness about 'your vote doesn't matter.' Your vote does matter," Wonder said. The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Democrat Hillary Clinton with a 5 percentage point lead over Republican Donald Trump in the national survey - 44 percent to 39 percent support - while races in the swing states of Florida and North Carolina have shifted from Clinton's control to being too close to call. The Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project estimates that Clinton has a 90 percent chance of winning the election.