Hillary Clinton has a 12-point lead over Donald Trump in a new poll of Wisconsin voters.
The Public Opinion Strategies survey
found that 43 percent of likely voters would select Clinton on the presidential ballot. Thirty-one percent said they would vote for Trump, Clinton's Republican challenger.
Last weekend, Trump took the lead
in the national average of several polls — the first time he's been ahead of Clinton in the Real Clear Politics
The results of an ABC News poll
released Wednesday, meanwhile, showed Trump's support among millennials has jumped 17 points in two months.
Clinton is the leading Democrat in the race for president, while Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee.
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