This is only one poll, and the sample size is small. Still, it's the well-respected WSJ/NBC poll, and it suggests the possibility of unprecedented doom for the GOP in November:
In the new survey, Mrs. Clinton jumped to an 11-point lead over Mr. Trump among likely voters on a ballot including third-party candidates, up from 6 percentage points in September....The weekend survey found signs of women moving away from Mr.
The Upshot: “Three national surveys — from Fox, NBC/WSJ and Marist/McClatchy — showed Mrs. Clinton ahead by big margins: 10, 9 and 15 percentage points. It’s the worst polling stretch for a presidential candidate at this stage since...
Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton trail their 2012 equivalents in key measures, but the margins Mr. Trump has to narrow clearly outnumber Mrs. Clinton's gaps, the poll shows.
Voters who back Hillary Clinton say their vote is more about supporting her than opposing Donald Trump, while those who back Mr. Trump also say their vote is also more about Mrs. Clinton, according to a new WSJ/NBC News poll.
Hillary Clinton bounced back in Tuesday's NBC/Survey Monkey weekly tracking poll, jumping out to a 5-point lead over Donald Trump. The poll, which was conducted from last Monday to Sunday, was the first national four-way poll to at ...