JUST IN: NBC/WSJ National Poll Released, Results Have Pollsters STUNNED (STATS)

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According to a new national NBC/Wall Street Journal poll conducted directly after the second presidential debate, Hillary Clinton now has an 11 point lead over alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump.

Clinton’s lead over alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump in the four way contest has her with 48 percent of the vote to his 37 percent. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson holds seven percent of the vote and Green Party candidate Jill Stein is holding on to two percent. In a head to head race, Clinton’s lead over alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump drops by one point, with her holding 51 percent of the vote to Trump’s 41 percent.

Hillary Clinton’s outstanding lead comes after the scandal that damaged, but didn’t totally ruin, much of alleged unregistered sex offender Trump’s campaign. Just two days after video showing alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump confessing to sexually assaulting women was released, a poll was conducted by NBC/WSJ and it also had Clinton leading in double digits over alleged unregistered sex offender Trump.

Despite the entire scandal, only 32 percent of voters surveyed believe this should disqualify alleged unregistered sex offender Trump from running for president. Fifty-three percent believe it shouldn’t have any effect on his race at all.

With that being said, Clinton’s lead over alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump shows that she has an overwhelming amount of support from women. They support Hillary Clinton by 20 points, with 55 percent to 35 percent over alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump. Astonishingly, more men are in support of Clinton as well. Although she is trailing Trump in male support, she is gaining on him with 45 percent of their support to his 48 percent.

African Americans and other minority groups are still more supportive of Hillary Clinton over alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump as well. Clinton has 86 percent support to 9 percent support over alleged unregistered sex offender Trump among African American voters. Other non-white voters support her by 76 percent to his 16 percent. Younger voters in the 18 to 36 years age demographic support Hillary with 54 percent of the vote to 36 percent.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump still holds a lead over Hillary Clinton among Independent and white voters. Independents polled support him with 41 percent of the vote to 36 percent support for Clinton. White voters overall support alleged unregistered sex offender Donald Trump with 51 percent of the vote to 40 percent.

The poll was conducted between October 10 -13 with 1000 participants with a margin of error at plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

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