The first presidential debate between Trump and Hillary comes up on Tuesday and we are all excited to see it. The polls have always been in favor of Hillary and Trump, with either Hillary taking the lead with Trump behind or Trump taking the lead with Hillary behind him.
However,news just got in that Hillary has extended her lead over Trump nationwide. Among probable voters 50 percent are in support of Hillary Clinton, while 45 percent are in support of Donald Trump.
Among registered voters, Hillary Clinton leads Trump by 6 percentage points, that’s 49 percent to 43 percent. All these are results without the involvement of the third-party.
With Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein involved, Hillary Clinton is ahead of Trump by 5 percentage points—45 percent to 40 percent. While 10 percent support Gary Johnson and 4 percent support Jill Stein.
The poll show that 56 percent of likely voters think Clinton will win the presidency and 39 percent said Trump will become the president of the United States.
This is good news for Hillary Clinton because just last week the tracking poll found Clinton led Trump by only 4 percentage points nationally.
The latest poll surveyed 13,326 adults between Sept. 12 and 18 with a 1.2 percentage point margin of error.