Tracking Poll: Clinton Still Holds Double Digit Lead Over Trump

Hilary Clinton still holds a double digit lead over Donald Trump in the latest release of the Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll.

The poll showed that Clinton had an 11.6 point lead over Trump, down slightly from the 13-point lead she had in the in the five days that ended Saturday.

A higher percentage of voters said in this poll (compared to last week’s) that they would vote for neither candidate. This week, 22.4 percent of likely voters said they wouldn’t voter for either person. Last week, 20.6 percent of likely voters took that stance.

A Bloomberg News poll also released Tuesday showed that Clinton held a 12-point lead over Trump among likely voters nationwide.

The poll was conducted from Friday to Tuesday among 1,063 likely voters with a margin of error of 3.5 percentage points.

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