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Rasmussen Poll: Trump-Hillary Tied Nationally, 24 Percent Will Opt Out

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By    |   Friday, 29 Apr 2016 05:30 PM

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied nationally in the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, but nearly a quarter of the voters said they would stay home or vote third party if either was a major-party candidate.

Here are the results, released Friday, of the poll of 1,000 likely voters conducted on Monday and Tuesday:
  • Trump: 38 percent
  • Clinton: 38 percent
  • Vote for another candidate: 16 percent.
  • Stay home: 6 percent.
Among men:
  • Trump: 41 percent.
  • Clinton: 35 percent.
  • Another candidate: 16 percent.
  • Stay home: 5 percent.
Among women:
  • Clinton: 41 percent.
  • Trump: 35 percent.
  • Another candidate: 15 percent.
  • Stay home: 7 percent.
Among whites:
  • Trump: 43 percent.
  • Clinton: 34 percent.
  • Another candidate: 15 percent.
  • Stay home: 5 percent.
Among African Americans:
  • Clinton: 57 percent.
  • Trump: 18 percent.
  • Another candidate: 15 percent.
  • Stay home: 10 percent.
The margin of error in the Rasmussen poll is 3 percent.

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