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 John TrumpBiden leads Trump by 36 points nationally among Latinos: poll Trump dismisses climate change role in fires, says Newsom needs to manage forest better Jimmy Kimmel hits Trump for rallies while hosting Emmy Awards MORE and Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonBiden leads Trump by 36 points nationally among Latinos: poll Democratic super PAC to hit Trump in battleground states over coronavirus deaths Battle lines drawn on precedent in Supreme Court fight 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 CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzMurkowski: Supreme Court nominee should not be taken up before election Battle lines drawn on precedent in Supreme Court fight Sunday shows - Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death dominates MORE, with 21 percent, and Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioSunday shows preview: Justice Ginsburg dies, sparking partisan battle over vacancy before election Florida senators pushing to keep Daylight Savings Time during pandemic Hillicon Valley: DOJ indicts Chinese, Malaysian hackers accused of targeting over 100 organizations | GOP senators raise concerns over Oracle-TikTok deal | QAnon awareness jumps in new poll 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 SandersNYT editorial board remembers Ginsburg: She 'will forever have two legacies' Two GOP governors urge Republicans to hold off on Supreme Court nominee Sanders knocks McConnell: He's going against Ginsburg's 'dying wishes' 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.