domingo, 17 de julio de 2016

3 polls: Clinton maintains advantage over Trump


Hillary Clinton is maintaining a distinct advantage headed into the two national party conventions this month, according to three national polls out Sunday morning.

The surveys, timed for release on the Sunday morning public-affairs programs, all show Clinton with a single-digit lead, from 4 to 7 points.

An ABC News/Washington Post poll give Clinton a 4-point advantage among registered voters, 47 percent to 43 percent. Two percent of voters said they prefer another candidate, 6 percent would vote for neither Clinton nor Donald Trump, and 2 percent offered no opinion. That’s much closer than Clinton’s 12-point lead in June — though that was one of her best polls since both locked down their parties’ respective nominations.

Clinton’s lead is larger in a CNN/ORC International poll: 7 points, 49 percent to 42 percent. Four percent volunteered that they would vote for another candidate, 4 percent wouldn’t vote for either candidate and 1 percent had no opinion.

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