Hillary Clinton’s extended her lead over Donald Trump to seven points in the latest NBC News/Survey Monkey national poll released on Tuesday.
Clinton leads Trump 49-42 among registered voters, a slight bump from the 48-44 lead she had over the presumptive Republican presidential nominee in last week’s tracking poll.
Over the past week, Clinton made headway among moderate, male and white voters, according to the tracking poll.
Clinton jumped 7 points among moderate voters from last week’s tracking poll, now leading Trump 58-33 in that subgroup, according to NBC News.
Trump’s lead among male and white voters narrowed since last week’s tracking poll. He dropped five points among male voters, to lead Clinton 51-42, and he dropped four points among white voters, now leading Clinton 50-41 among white voters in the tracking poll.
NBC News/Survey Monkey surveyed 9,355 registered voters online June 6-12 with a margin of error of 1.4 percentage points.
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