|Published : 20 Sep 2016, 21:01:40|
Hillary regains momentum against Trump
NEW YORK, Sept 20 (NBC News): Back on the campaign trail after being diagnosed with pneumonia and a subsequent break from campaigning, Hillary Clinton plugged her leaking lead against Donald Trump, according to this week's NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll.
She now enjoys 50 per cent support among likely voters and Trump has 45 per cent support.
The race looks slightly narrower among likely voters than it does among all registered voters in a two-way match up. Among likely voters, 50 per cent support Clinton and 45 per cent support Trump. Among registered voters, she holds a 6-point lead over Trump - 49 per cent to 43 per cent. Last week, Clinton led Trump by 4.0 points among registered voters, 48 per cent to 44 per cent.
In a four-way match up of likely voters, Clinton leads Trump by 5 points-45 percent to 40 percent. Libertarian Gary Johnson now has 10 percent support and Jill Stein maintains 4.0 percent.
Johnson loses a single point when viewing these results using our likely voter screen. Among registered voters this week he had 11 percent-among likely voters, he has 10 percent. Stein maintains 4.0 points among registered voters and likely voters.