Wisconsin, Aug 11: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has now taken a three-time lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump in Wisconsin since July, according to poll of likely voters by Marquette University Law School released on Wednesday (Aug 10), a Politico report said.
Clinton had a support of 52 per cent as against Trump's 37 per cent while seven per cent said they would vote for none of the two. Three per cent people said they were yet to take a decision.
The former US secretary of state was just four points ahead of Trump before the two major parties convened their conventions between July 18 and 28.
When the four-way contest which includes Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein besides Clinton and Trump, the Democratic candidate leads with 47 per cent, followed by Trump at 34 per cent, Johnson at nine and Stein at three per cent. Four per cent remained undecided while two didn't choose any of the candidates, the Politico report said.
The former first lady also led Trump over the fact that her net favourability is much better than that of Trump, the report added. While Trump has 48 per cent favourability and 49 per cent unfavourability, the corresponding figures for Hillary are 28 and 65 per cents, respectively, the Politico report added.