Rasmussen (R) 2016 Presidential PollInside the numbers:
- Hillary Clinton (D) 41% [37%] (36%)
- Donald Trump (R) 36% [36%] (38%)
- Some other candidate 21% [22%] (22%)
- Undecided 3% [5%] (5%)
Trump has the support of 65% of GOP voters, while Clinton picks up 76% of the vote among Democrats. Twenty-two percent (22%) of Republicans and 13% of Democrats like some other candidate right now. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, it’s Trump 34%, Clinton 32%, with nearly as many (28%) who prefer someone else.
Trump has a slight edge among male voters, but Clinton posts a double-digit lead among women.
Voters 65 and older are the only age group in which the Republican has the advantage. However, Clinton has struggled in the primaries to capture the youth vote, and while she has a 16-point lead over Trump among those under 40, 30% of these voters either like another candidate or are undecided at this time.
Trump has a modest lead among whites; Clinton leads overwhelmingly among blacks and has a 10-point advantage among other minority voters. But roughly one-out-of-four white and other minority voters like someone else or are undecided.
Most conservatives favor Trump, while even more liberals like Clinton. The Democrat leads by nine among self-described political moderates.