Hillary Leads Trump By 46 Points With Latinos

However, non-affiliated voters are tiling toward Trump with 37 percent saying they'll vote for the Republican, while 32 percent said they'll vote Democratic.

When Libertarian Gary Johnson is added to the poll, Clinton remains far ahead at 59 percent, while Trump's support drops to 17 percent.

Some 19 percent think the NY real estate magnate should drop out, 70 percent think he should stay in and 10 percent say they "don't know", according to the August 5-8 poll of 396 registered Republicans.

If U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump can not control his mouth, he may lose the presidential race because of his seemingly endless gaffes.

Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is extending her lead in a key polling metric that's said to have more predictive power than traditional measures of voter intent. She has built slightly on the 39 percent margin she held when the poll was conducted in May showing her at 62 percent to Trump's 23 percent. More important than increasing her leads a few points is the overall "direction" of the surveys, Marist pollster Lee Miringoff said. The emails appear to expose an alleged unethical relationship between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation. Tuesday afternoon he suggested "Second Amendment people" could stop Clinton.

Megan MacDonald, 25, is a Republican but did not support Trump through the primary. On Monday, dozens of former Republican national security officials signed a statement saying they couldn't support Trump. The margin between the two has grown since July when Clinton led by nine points. Trump dismissed the group as part of the Washington establishment that he blames for numerous United States' problems.

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Trump is fighting hard to win Rust Belt voters, including in Pennsylvania, and has returned on the campaign trail to talking about economic issues - and, in an appeal to voters in that region, coal jobs.

Richard Curtin, director of the MI survey, noted that households who expected Hillary Clinton to become the next president had a significantly more upbeat view on how the USA economy would do going forward. "I think he says things that if he does get elected, he's not going to get anything done".

For voters over 50, Trump still holds a strong advantage. Should Clinton notch a victory there, Trump's path to the White House is all but closed.

As bad as Republicans thought things were under Trump, the SC poll suggests that the situation could be worse than anyone imagined.

Clinton continues to struggle with trustworthiness among likely voters.

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