Polls Show Clinton Expanding Her Lead Over Trump

A couple of new surveys show Hillary Clinton growing a lead over Donald Trump, though by various edges.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
Clinton now drives Trump by twofold digits — 51% to 39% — in the new Washington Post-ABC News survey, a study that had the race factually tied a month ago.


In the weeks since, Trump has drawn feedback over his remarks around a judge's "Mexican legacy" and his response to the Orlando terrorist assault.

The Post said its survey "discovered clearing unease with the hypothetical Republican candidate's office — from his flammable talk and values to his treatment of both outside undertakings and his own particular business - portending that the November decision could be a choice on Trump more than whatever else."

Clinton drives Trump by a littler edge in another NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey.

That overview gives the previous secretary of state a 46%-41% lead over the New York representative, up from the 46%-43% favorable position she had in the same survey in May.

"At the point when the steed race is extended to four applicants — including Libertarian Gary Johnson and the Green Party's Jill Stein — Clinton gets support from 39% of voters, Trump gets 38%, Johnson 10% and Stein 6%.

Both surveys additionally demonstrate high unfavorable evaluations for Clinton, and the race is still over four months away.