Latest Rasmussen survey finds Trump up by 4 points, Clinton up 6 in Fox News poll

By Dave Andrusko

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

The latest Rasmussen survey of 1,000 likely voters finds that billionaire Donald Trump has erased a 5 point deficit from last week and now leads pro-abortion Hillary Clinton, 43% to 39%. Fox News, however, shows Clinton up by 6, illustrating the fluidity of surveys taken months before the November election.

The survey was taken June 28-29.

“This is Trump’s highest level of support in Rasmussen Reports’ matchups with Clinton since last October,” explained the analysis released this morning. “His support has been hovering around the 40% mark since April, but it remains to be seen whether he’s just having a good week or this actually represents a real move forward among voters.”

According to the report, Trump is attracting the support of 75% of Republicans while Clinton garners 76% of Democrats.

Trump how holds a 14-point lead among men, while Clinton leads by six among women. The candidates are tied among those under 40, while Trump leads among older voters.

Clinton continues to hold a wide lead among blacks. Trump leads among whites. ….

Among voters not affiliated with either major party, Trump leads by 18 points, but 28% of these voters like some other candidates or are undecided.

Meanwhile Fox News survey of 1,017 registered voters finds the former Secretary of State up 44% to 38%. She is up 41% to 36% when Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is added. Johnson receives 10%.

In the matchup, Clinton is the choice among blacks (87-3 percent), women (51-32 percent), voters under age 45 (45-35 percent), and those earning less than $50,000 annually (52-30 percent),”according to Dana Blanton.

“Trump leads among white evangelical Christians (66-18 percent), whites without a college degree (51-33 percent), gun owners (52-30 percent), whites (48-34 percent), men (46-36 percent), and independents (39-31 percent). ”

As NRL News Today reported Wednesday, a new national poll conducted by Quinnipiac University found that Clinton’s 4 point lead over Trump (as of June 1) had dropped to 2 points.

Quinnipiac’s breakdown of 1,610 registered voters shows much more support for Clinton among women and younger voters:

Women back Clinton 50-33 percent while men back Trump 47-34 percent.

White voters back Trump 47-34 percent. Black voters back Clinton 91-1 percent and Hispanic voters back her 50-33 percent. Voters 18 to 34 years old go Democratic 48-23 percent, while voters over 65 years old go Republican 51-35 percent.

Democrats go to Clinton 89-3 percent, as Republicans go to Trump 84-6 percent. Independent voters are divided with 36 percent for Trump and 34 percent for Clinton.

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