Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by ten points among Hispanic voters, according to a shocking new general election match-up poll released Friday.
Clinton leads Trump among all voters in the poll when they are presented with only two options, 51 to 49 percent.
When those polled were offered the choice of “other,” Clinton leads Trump 48 to 46 percent — “other” earns 5 percent.
When the poll is broken down to self-described moderates, Clinton leads Trump 54 to 46 percent. Among African-Americans, Hillary maintains a strong lead with almost 87 percent support.
With Hispanics, however, Trump leads Clinton 55 percent to 45 percent. (RELATED: Trump Wins In America’s Most Hispanic City)
This lead among Hispanics comes as a surprise — a recent poll showed nearly 90 percent of Latino voters view Trump unfavorably.
The Gravis Marketing poll of over 1,500 registered voters has an overall margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percent.
Ten percent of the respondents identified as Hispanic.
The poll was conducted on May 10, just days after Trump tweeted a photo of himself eating a taco bowl and proclaiming his love for Hispanics.