Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton in Florida and Pennsylvania among registered voters in a new Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday, reversing Clinton’s lead in the states in last month’s poll. Trump and Clinton remain tied in Ohio among registered voters.
In Florida, Trump leads Clinton by three points, 42-39. In the Quinnipiac poll released last month, Clinton led Trump in the state by eight points, 47-39.
In Pennsylvania, Trump leads Clinton by two points, 43-41. In the Quinnipiac poll from last month, Clinton led Trump by one point in the state, 42-41.
The candidates remain tied in Ohio, both receiving 41 percent support. They also tied in last month’s Quinnipiac poll, 40-40.
When minor party candidates are included in the poll questions, Trump leads Clinton in all three states.
In Florida, it was Trump 41, Clinton 36, Libertarian Gary Johnson 7, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein 4 percent.
In Pennsylvania, it was Trump 40, Clinton, 34, Johnson 9, and Stein 3.
In Ohio, it was Trump 37, Clinton 36, Johnson 7, and Stein 6.
Quinnipiac University conducted the polls June 30-July 11 via phone. The university surveyed 1,015 Florida voters with a margin or error plus or minus 3.1 percentage points; 955 Ohio voters with a margin of error plus or minus 3.2 percentage points; and 982 Pennsylvania voters with a margin of error plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.