This week’s tracking poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports shows Hillary Clinton with a 4-point lead over Donald Trump.
Clinton receives the support of 42 percent of likely U.S. voters in the June 9 Rasmussen poll.
Trump garners support from 38 percent of likely voters.
Among the 20 percent of voters who support neither candidate, 15 percent support someone else and 5 percent say they are still undecided.
Last week’s Rasmussen poll of likely voters showed Clinton leading Trump by a single point — 39 percent to 38 percent.
Other recent polls have shown different results. For example, a Fox News poll of registered voters from late May showed Trump leading Clinton 45 percent to 42 percent. (RELATED: New Fox News Poll Shows Trump LEADING Hillary)
Another poll from last month showed Trump besting Clinton 42 percent to 37 percent.
The June 9 Rasmussen survey marks Clinton’s most impressive horserace poll performance to date.
The presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential nominee has the support of 74 percent of Democrats in the poll. That’s up from 68 percent last week, suggesting that Democrats may be coalescing behind Clinton now that she has all but vanquished socialist firebrand Bernie Sanders. (RELATED: Bernie Stays In Race, Lays Off Half His Staff)
Clinton leads Trump among women by 14 percent.
Trump, this 2016 presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has support of 72 percent of GOP voters according to Rasmussen. This number is down from 76 percent last week.
He leads Clinton among men by 8 percent.
One bright spot for Trump in the Rasmussen poll is that he is tied with Clinton among voters who are not loyal to either major U.S. political party.
For the June 9 poll, Rasmussen surveyed 1,000 likely voters across the country via automated phone calls.