- New polling out today from ABC News/Washington Post shows Hillary Clinton with a 12-point advantage
- Another new poll – this one from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal only has Clinton up by five points
- CBS News released four different battleground state surveys with Clinton ahead in every one
Donald Trump is now trailing Hillary Clinton by 12 points in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, in a dramatic 14-point swing since mid-May.
Now just 39 percent of registered voters support Trump, while 51 percent support Clinton.
Six weeks ago, 46 percent liked Trump and 44 percent chose Clinton, giving the Republican billionaire the advantage for the first time in this particular survey.
But The Donald’s fortunes soon reversed, with now two-thirds of Americans saying that they believe Trump is biased against women, minorities and Muslims, with 64 percent – a new high – saying they believe the businessman is unqualified to serve as president.
Surveys from both NBC News and CBS aren’t nearly as bad, but also don’t show Trump much good news.
Today’s NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has Clinton up over Trump – but by just five points.
She receives 46 percent of the vote to Trump’s 41 percent.
When Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson is added in, along with Green Party hopeful Jill Stein, Clinton’s lead is eaten up, though she still leads Trump by one point.
Clinton gets support from 39 percent, Trump gets 38 percent while Johnson gets 10 percent and Stein receives 6 percent.
NBC News notes that the Clinton-Trump race’s numbers have been relatively consistent, compared to the swing shown in the ABC News survey.
In CBS News’ Battleground Trackers polling, Clinton has a slight lead in four key battleground states.