According to a new survey conducted for TV channel ABC, two weeks before the election, Clinton’s support is 50%, trump’s 38%. Falling of a rating of the candidate-the Republican media connects with the negative reaction of voters to his attitude towards women and the failure to announce whether he will accept the election results.
The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton has increased its lead over his Republican opponent Donald trump. According to a new survey conducted by the research centre of Langer Research Associates for TV channel ABC, two weeks before the election, the departing Clinton from trump is 12%.
The survey was conducted on 20-22 October among the 1391 respondents, including 874 registered voters. According to the data obtained Clinton’s support is 50%, trump at 38%, the candidate of the libertarian party Gary Johnson – 5%, the candidate of the green Party Jill Stein – 2%.
The accuracy of research results does not exceed 3.5%. According to polls from ABC and ABC/The Washington Post, today this is the highest support for Clinton and the lowest ranking trump. The survey results are consistent with the data of joint poll of CNN Poll of Polls, which combines the data of six other polls. According to the CNN poll, Clinton’s support is 48%, trump – 39%, notes CNN.
Previous ABC poll was conducted October 13. Then Clinton was ahead of trump by only 4%. She was ready to vote 47% of respondents, the trump – 43%. In the September opinion polls showed an advantage over trump Clinton.
Decline in the rating of trump ABC connects with the negative reaction of voters to his attitude towards women and the failure to announce whether he will accept the election results. According to a new survey, 69% of voters disapprove of trump’s statements about the women who accused him of harassment. In response, the Republican candidate promised to sue them in court.
In addition, 59% disagreed with the statement trump that the election is already rigged in favor of Clinton. 65% disappointed with his refusal to announce whether he accepts the election results if they win to Clinton.
Note that Clinton also inherited a criticism of the electorate, 59% of respondents said they did not approve of her answers to questions on the use of electronic correspondence on a private server. While 52% of respondents said that Clinton won the final debate with trump last week (October 19), 29% gave the victory to Trump.
After that, the election headquarters trump’s stated desire to hold another one – fourth debate with Clinton. This was stated by the campaign Manager of trump Kellian Conway radio host John Catsimatidis the radio station WNYM.
Meanwhile, according to the current ABC poll, Clinton is ahead of trump by 20 percentage points among women, but she also managed to seize a slight advantage among men (3 points). The democratic candidate supported by the voters as having a higher education, never graduated from College, although the latter is among the supporters of Clinton in the minority. As for trump, most of his supporters are members of the white race, not having higher education, notes CNN.
The U.S. presidential election will be held on 8 November.