US Elections: Clinton ahead of Trump polls show, US opinion polls, Donald Trump, Washington Post-ABC News poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, Hillary Clinton

Last Modified: June 28, 2016 at 2:27 pm

US Elections: Clinton ahead of Trump polls show, US opinion polls, Donald Trump, Washington Post-ABC News poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, Hillary Clinton

  1. Two polls released on 27th June showed a Hillary Clinton winning.
  2. A Washington Post-ABC News poll showed a 12 % point lead for the Democrat, her largest advantage since last fall and a dramatic improvement over last month when the poll showed her statistically tied with Trump.
  3. If the presidential election were held today, 51% of respondents said they would vote for Clinton, versus 39% for Trump.

Washington Post-ABC News poll

Clinton 

51 %

Trump

39 % 

However, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showed a slimmer lead for Clinton, 46 per cent to Trump's 41 per cent.

Wall Street Journal/NBC News

Clinton 

46 %

Trump

41 %

They were essentially tied, 39 per cent for Clinton and 38 per cent for Republican opponent, when third-party candidates were included, this poll showed.

The surveys come after a difficult month for the combative Trump, a political novice who fired his campaign manager and faced criticism for poor campaign organization and a paltry war chest of $1.3 million at the end of May.

Clinton, who has repeatedly pounded Trump as being "temperamentally unfit," finished the month with $42 million.

src:zeenews

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