Poll: Trump, Clinton maintain national leads
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The Republican and Democratic presidential races appears to have stabilized, according to a new online poll, with Donald TrumpDonald TrumpStein: Al Gore needs to 'step up' on climate change Report: Bob Dole organized Trump's Taiwan call Conway may lead new pro-Trump group: report MORE and Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonLeBron won't stay at Trump hotel with team Gore: U.S. could switch to popular vote elections ‘Pizzagate’ scare becomes flashpoint in fake news debate MORE entrenched atop their respective fields nationally.

Trump holds 38 percent support among Republican and Republican-leaning voters in an NBC/SurveyMonkey weekly online tracking poll released Tuesday morning. He’s followed by Ted CruzTed CruzSenate GOP: National museum should include Clarence Thomas Senate GOP to Obama: Stop issuing new rules Week ahead: AT&T-Time Warner merger under scrutiny MORE, with 21 percent, and Marco RubioMarco RubioSenate GOP to Obama: Stop issuing new rules Juan Williams: McConnell won big by blocking Obama The ignored question: What does the future Republican Party look like? MORE, with 11 percent. Ben Carson has 8 percent. No other Republican candidate has more than 4 percent support.

On the Democratic side, Clinton leads Bernie SandersBernie SandersBiden raises possibility of 2020 presidential bid Cures bill clears first Senate hurdle A record number of Indian Americans have been elected to Congress MORE by 16 points nationally, 52 to 36 percent. Martin O’Malley has 1 percent support.

The results for both parties are unchanged from last week.

The online poll of 10,320 registered voters was conducted Jan. 11–17.