Clinton is pulling slightly more support from Democrats (among whom she leads Trump 83-10 percent) than Trump does from Republicans (among whom he is ahead of her by 77-13 percent). One potentially troubling sign for Clinton: Trump beats her among independent voters by 41-33 percent.
Both major candidates are disliked. But Trump is disliked more. Only 31 percent have a favorable opinion of him while 39 percent view Clinton favorably; 53 percent have an unfavorable opinion of Trump and 47 percent don’t like her.
Put another way: Trump’s net approval rating is -22. Hers is -8.
The gender gap plays in Clinton’s favor. Women back her by an 18-point margin while his advantage among men is 12 points. And minorities continue to give the Democrat strong support, with blacks backing her 92-1 percent and Hispanics 64-29 percent.