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Rasmussen: Trump Takes 4-Point Lead Over Clinton

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By    |   Thursday, 30 Jun 2016 11:46 AM

Donald Trump has jumped out ahead of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by 4 percentage points, a weekly poll of the likely presidential contenders shows.

Rasmussen Report's "White House Watch" released Thursday, breaks down the candidates' support among voters like this:

  • Trump: 43 percent
  • Clinton: 39 percent
  • Another Candidate: 12 percent
  • Undecided: 5 percent

In Rasmussen's weekly poll last week, Clinton had 44 percent support compared with Trump's 39 percent. According to the pollster, the new results reflect Trump's highest level of support against Clinton since October.

This week's survey also shows that among Republicans, Trump has 75 percent support, while among Democrats, he garners 14 percent. Clinton has the support of 76 percent of Democrats, and 10 percent of GOP voters.

The Trump jump comes in the wake of news last week that included Britain's vote to leave the European Union, and the terrorist attack at an airport in Istanbul, Turkey.

The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.

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