Hillary Clinton has a double-digit lead in Colorado over Donald Trump, a new poll shows.
The Monmouth University survey
released Wednesday gives the presumptive Democratic nominee a 13-point lead over her GOP rival.
Here's the breakdown:
- Clinton: 48 percent
- Trump: 35 percent
- Libertarian Gary Johnson: 5 percent
- Green Party's Jill Stein: 3 percent
- Another candidate: 3 percent
- Undecided: 7 percent
The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percent.
"Clinton does better among practically every demographic in Colorado than she does nationally," Monmouth University Polling Institute's director Patrick Murray says in a statement.
"It is way too early to call, but if this dynamic holds, she could end up with the largest electoral margin for a Democrat here since 1964."
The pollster points out that since President Lyndon Johnson's landslide in 1964, Colorado has awarded its electoral voters to the Democrat only three times — in 1992, 2008, and 2012, with the largest margin for Barack Obama's 9-point victory in 2008.
In other findings:
- Among self-identified Democrats, 93 percent support Clinton while 3 percent Trump; among Republicans, Trump has the support of 78 percent, while 9 percent support Clinton.
- Clinton has a large lead among women voters 56 percent-30 percent, while men are divided, with 40 percent for Trump and 39 percent for Clinton.
- 37 percent have a favorable view of Clinton, while 50 percent hold an unfavorable view; 24 percent have a favorable opinion of Trump while 64 percent have an unfavorable view of him.
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