A majority of voters have a negative view of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the likely presidential matchup this November, a new poll shows.
A Washington Post-ABC News poll
released Sunday finds the opinion breaks down like this:
- Clinton: 57 percent unfavorable; 41 percent favorable
- Trump: 57 percent unfavorable: 40 percent favorable
Forty-six percent of those voters with negative views of Clinton are "strongly unfavorable," while 45 percent said the same thing about Trump, according to the poll.
Never in the history of the Post-ABC poll have the two major party nominees been viewed as harshly, the Post reports.
Among registered voters, the pair are in a statistical dead-heat, with support breaking down like this:
- Trump: 46 percent
- Clinton: 44 percent
According to the Post, those findings represent a shift toward Trump of 11 points since March.
The margin of error is plus or minus 3.5 percent.
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