Hillary Clinton is polling higher than Donald Trump in seven swing states, holding leads ranging from 4 to 17 points, according to a new poll released Wednesday.
The states polled by a Ballotpedia
survey showed Clinton ahead of Trump overall by 11 points, 48 percent to 37 percent, with 14 percent picking "neither."
Here's the swing-state breakdown:
- Florida: Clinton 51 percent; Trump 37 percent
- Iowa: Clinton 45 percent; Trump 41 percent
- Michigan: Clinton 50 percent; Trump 33 percent
- North Carolina: Clinton 48 percent, Trump 38 percent
- Ohio: Clinton 46 percent; Trump 37 percent
- Pennsylvania: Clinton 49 percent; Trump 35 percent
- Virginia: Clinton 45 percent; Trump 38 percent
According to the survey, Clinton also maintained her advantage when respondents were offered a third option, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.
Here's the overall results in a three-way race:
- Clinton: 44 percent
- Trump: 34 percent
- Johnson: 13 percent
- Neither: 13 percent
Ballotpedia also polled Clinton in presidential matchups against GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan and Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich – though both men have disavowed any interest in running and Trump has been the party's presumptive nominee since early May.
According to the survey, Kasich beat Clinton in five states – Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia – and Ryan bested her in three: Iowa, Ohio and Virginia.
The survey's margin of error is plus or minus 4 points.
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