In another post-presidential debate poll, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 7 points according to the latest survey released Monday by the Wason Center at Christopher Newport University.
Here is a breakdown of the results:
- Clinton: 42 percent;
- Trump: 35 percent;
- Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson: 12 percent;
- Green Party nominee Jill Stein: 1 percent;
- Undecided: 10 percent.
According to a survey, Clinton's lead increased slightly over her Republican rival (39 percent to 33 percent) since the last poll conducted late September, before the debate.
The poll also revealed that Clinton upped her support among young voters aged 18-34, from 34 percent in late September to 42 percent in the most recent poll.
Meanwhile, both Trump and Johnson share 24 percent each of voters support in the same age bracket. Among independent voters, Clinton has a 6-point advantage over Trump with 34 to 28 percent.
While Trump leads Clinton among white voters, 44 to 32 percent, Clinton is a clear winner for African-American voters with 74 to 7 percent.
Clinton also has a slight edge among college-educated voters, 39 to 37 percent. On the other hand, Trump prevails 55 to 24 percent, among voters without a college degree.
The poll, which was conducted from Sept. 27 to 30, among 892 likely Virginia voters has a margin of error is 3.7 percent.
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