Hillary Clinton has surged to a double-digit lead in the an ABC News 2016 tracking poll released Sunday morning.
Likely voters give the Democratic presidential nominee a sizeable lead over Republican rival Donald Trump by a 50 to 38 percent margin.
This new 2016 ABC News tracking poll of 1,391 adults, including 874 likely voters, was conducted Thursday through Saturday. Its margin of error is 3.5 percent.
"Likely voters by a vast 69-24 percent disapprove of Trump’s response to questions about his treatment of women. After a series of allegations of past sexual misconduct, the poll finds that some women who’d initially given him the benefit of the doubt have since moved away," ABC reports.
"Fifty-nine percent of likely voters, moreover, reject Trump’s suggestion that the election is rigged in Clinton’s favor, and more, 65 percent, disapprove of his refusal to say whether he’d accept a Clinton victory as legitimate. Most strongly disapprove, a relatively rare result."
Clinton had just a 4-point lead in an ABC poll earlier this month.
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