Uh oh, it is time to officially worry.
Donald Trump has a two-point edge over Hillary Clinton in the latest CNN/ORC national survey of likely voters out Tuesday, as Clinton’s post-convention lead has largely evaporated.
People, we must Get Out The Vote!!!
Among those likely to vote in two months, Trump took 45% to Clinton’s 43%, while Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson earned 7% and Green Party nominee Jill Stein had 2%. But among all registered voters surveyed, Clinton leads by 3 points, 44% to 41%, while Johnson took 9% and Stein 3%.
Women support Clinton by 15 points (53 percent to 38 percent), while men are behind Trump by a larger margin of 22 points (54% to 32%). Among those younger than 45, Clinton leads 54% to 29%, while among those older than 45, Trump leads 54% to 39%.
Regardless of whom they support, however, nearly six in 10 — 59% — said they thought Clinton would ultimately prevail in November, while 34% said Trump would.
Trump has a slightly higher favorability rating than Clinton among likely voters, although both are still underwater. Trump is seen favorably by 45% and unfavorably by 55%, while Clinton is at 42% to 56%. The disparity between the two candidates is lessened among registered voters.