Clinton Gets Less Than 30 Percent Of The White Vote In New Swing State Poll

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Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied in the battleground state of Virginia, according to a poll out Monday showing intense divisions between voters.

Trump and Clinton are tied at 38 percent with 11 percent of voters undecided and another 11 percent open to supporting a third-party candidate. The Roanoke College poll showed that is a gap between voters of different races and sexes. (RELATED: Race Will Probably Play A Decisive Role In The General Election)

Clinton leads Trump among black voters, 71 percent to 3 percent, while Trump leads her with white voters, 50 percent to 28 percent. The gap between women and men and who they support is essentially equal. Clinton is supported by 43 percent of women, while 32 percent of them back Trump. Forty-four percent of men support Trump, and 32 percent are with Clinton.

Voters in both parties remain loyal to their candidates. Seventy-eight percent of Democrats and 80 percent of Republicans say they will vote for Clinton and Trump, respectively. In general, however, voters aren’t too pleased with their options. Thirty percent of voters would feel “disgusted” if Clinton won and 42 percent would feel likewise if Trump won.

The Roanoke College Poll of 610 likely voters was conducted May 9 to May 17 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.