Despite numerous reports on sexual harassment by Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate holds a slight lead over Hillary Clinton, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll.
Here is a breakdown of the results:
- Trump: 43 percent
- Clinton: 41 percent
- Johnson: 6 percent
- Stein: 2 percent
- Another candidate: 4 percent
- Undecided: 5 percent
The Trump vs. Clinton fight remains unchanged from yesterday. On Monday, Clinton held a seven-point lead over Trump 45 percent to 38 percent.
The numbers dropped notably after voters started analyzing Sunday night's debate. Her lead dropped to five and four points on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. Thursday was a lucky day for Trump as he edged past the Democratic candidate.
The survey also showed that of 87 percent of voters who have made up their minds how they'll vote, 48 percent chose Trump while 46 percent backed Clinton.
Among those who said they could still change their minds:
- Trump: 37 percent
- Clinton: 36 percent
- Johnson: 17 percent
- Stein: 9 percent
The poll, which was conducted between Oct. 11 and 13, had 1,500 respondents. The margin of sampling error is +/- 2.5 percentage points.
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