Campaign 2016

Latest results from the Post-ABC presidential tracking poll

Results for the Post-ABC Tracking Poll, conducted in the weeks leading up to the election, are below. See this page for full presidential election results.

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47%
43%

The latest Washington Post-ABC News tracking poll shows Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 4 points among likely voters polled November 3-6. Read about the latest update.

Clinton inches ahead of Trump

Percent among likely voters in a four-way vote choice

Explore demographic shifts in the poll

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CLINTON LEAD

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TRUMP LEAD

Lead by percentage points

Latest poll results, by group

Percent among likely voters in a four-way vote choice

Clinton

Trump

Among all voters

Likely voters

47

43

By age group

18-39

50

35

40-64

46

46

65 or older

46

49

By party

Democrats

87

8

Republicans

8

85

Independents

40

45

By education level

High school graduates or less

45

48

Attended some college

40

51

College graduates

49

39

Post graduates

63

28

By ideology

Liberals

84

10

Moderates

54

35

Conservatives

17

74

By gender

Men

41

48

Women

53

40

By religion

No religion

67

21

White Catholics

36

57

White evangelical Protestants

14

79

White non-evangelical Protestants

38

54

By geographic area

Rural

29

63

Suburban

47

44

Urban

58

31

By education level, among whites

White men with college degrees

43

45

White men without college degrees

26

63

White women with college degrees

56

36

White women without college degrees

31

62

By race

Whites

38

53

Blacks

87

6

Hispanics

67

24

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