The voter dissatisfaction appears to have translated into a tremendous surge for McMullin, who was sitting at 12 percent in The Tribune-Hinckley poll barely a month ago, but has rocketed into contention, siphoning off support from Trump, but also Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, who tumbled from 13 percent to 4 percent in the most recent survey.

McMullin, a Provo native and Mormon who only got into the race in August, has seen particularly impressive gains among LDS voters in Utah.

His support among “somewhat active” Mormons quadrupled since the last Tribune-Hinckley poll, conducted Sept. 12-19, and now stands at 34 percent, ahead of Trump. McMullin’s support more than doubled among “very active” members to 44 percent, an 8-point edge over the GOP nominee.