Clinton leads Trump by 21 points in New Jersey, poll finds
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Clinton has 52 percent to Trump's 31 percent when just the two candidates are named, according to the Fairleigh Dickson University PublicMind poll released Wednesday.
When Johnson is also listed as an option, Clinton's lead shrinks. In that scenario, she gets 44 percent, with Trump at 32 percent and Johnson at 9 percent.
The Libertarian nominee particularly cuts into Clinton's support among women and white voters.
About 6 in 10 New Jersey voters expect Clinton to win in November, while just 27 percent expect Trump to win.
The last time a Republican won New Jersey was 1988, when the state went to George H.W. Bush.
The survey of 712 self-identified registered New Jersey voters was conducted via landlines and cellphones June 22–26 with a margin of error of 3.8 percentage points.