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Clinton or Trump: who will be better for SoCal's economy?

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(L) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally a day after accepting the Democratic Party's nomination for president at Temple University on July 29, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (R) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the audience during a campaign event at Trask Coliseum on August 9, 2016 in Wilmington, North Carolina.
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(L) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally a day after accepting the Democratic Party's nomination for president at Temple University on July 29, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (R) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the audience during a campaign event at Trask Coliseum on August 9, 2016 in Wilmington, North Carolina.

The economy is the top issue that Americans will vote on. But what will happen to SoCal's economy if either presidential front-runner wins the White House?

There are many issues that could decide whether you vote for presidential front-runners Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.

But for decades, Americans have consistently said that their top issue is the economy. It's more important than where candidates stand on terrorism, immigration, Supreme Court appointments, gun control and more.

Which candidate has the better plan for you in Southern California?

Chris Thornberg, founding partner with Beacon Economics, gives his analysis for Take Two.

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