In the latest Reuters/Ipsos national tracking poll Trump is now up by 1%, with Trump at 40% and Clinton at 39%, erasing an 8% lead by Clinton. Among Republican voters Trump’s support rose by 6% over the last two weeks and is now at 78%. The poll was conducted in all 50 states over the week of August 26th to September 1st. They surveyed 1804 likely voters.
Hillary’s unfavorable ratings now exceed Trumps, 57% to 54%.
Investors Business Daily, the IBD/TIPP poll, has the Clinton up by only one point, 44% to 43%, among likely voters. A week ago Clinton was up by 7 points, 46% to 39% among registered voters.
IBD/TIPP has been the most accurate poll over the last three elections.
The latest LA Times/USC poll has Trump up by 3%, Trump 45% to Clinton 42%.
It seems Trump is rising while Clinton continues her decline. The more the public learns about Hillary Clinton the less likely they are to vote for her.