Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton broke through the 50 percent mark in a nationwide four-way poll published Sunday by ABC News.
Clinton leads Republican nominee Donald Trump by 12 points, earning 50 percent compared to Trump’s 38 percent. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earned a small 5 percent, and Green Party candidate Jill Stein followed with 2 percent.
Sixty-nine percent of voters disapprove of Trump’s response to his treatment of women, after a 2005 video surfaced of him holding a lewd conversation with TV personality Billy Bush. Twenty-four percent of voters approve of his response.
Additionally, 59 percent of women don’t believe the election is rigged against Trump, and 65 percent of likely voters disapprove of Trump’s refusal to say whether or not he will accept the results of the election.
Clinton only led by 4 percentage points in the last ABC poll published Oct. 13.
Clinton currently carries a 5.9 percent lead in the Real Clear average Clinton has an average of 47.9 percent, compared to Trump’s 42 percent average.
The ABC tracking poll ran from Oct. 20 through Oct. 22, and included 874 likely voters. The poll carried a margin of error of 3.5 percent in either direction.
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