Poll: Clinton Would Trounce Trump But Lose to Rubio, Carson

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll has generated a report that in the upcoming election Hillary Clinton would defeat Ted Cruz as well as she would also trounce Donald trump in a hypothetical Head to Head general election matchup. Yet she would lose to Marco Rubio or Ben Carson.

Poll: Clinton Would Trounce Trump But Lose to Rubio, Carson
 
 Clinton is leading the field of Democratic Primary field by around 20 points, might have advantage over Trump with independent voters yet she might be bested by the three other Republicans with the important swing group.

Clinton is getting the support of 56% of Democrats compared to 37% of Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and 4% backing Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley which was found out in the poll conducted on Dec. 6-9.


The poll also states that the Democratic front runner would win 50-40 % against Trump. As well among independents she would capture 43 % of votes, comparing it for Trump having 36%. Just 24% of votes for Trump among Hispanics where Clinton would get 69% of votes.

And against Cruz, who has surged in recent polls in the important early state of Iowa, Clinton would win with 48 percent to Cruz's 45 percent.

Despite losing support in the NBC/WSJ poll among Republican primary voters significantly, Carson who is former neurosurgeon still performs competitively against the former secretary of the state Clinton. The report states he would get 47% vote compared to Clinton’s 46% in a hypothetical matchup. His strong showing would largely be fueled by independent voters, who made up about 11 percent of the poll's sample of registered voters. They would back Carson by double digits, 48 percent to 34 percent.

Rubio, a senator from Florida, would fare the best overall against Clinton, winning a head-to-head clash 48 percent to 45 percent. Among independents, his margin of victory would be 44 percent to her 37 percent.

Among Hispanics, Rubio would get 36 percent of the vote, compared to Clinton's 59 percent.
Rubio would also perform best with female voters out of the top GOP contenders, capturing 44 percent to Clinton's 51 percent. That's compared to Trump's dismal showing of 33 percent to Clinton's 57 percent.

The NBC/WSJ poll of 1000 adults was conducted December 6-9. It has amargin of error of +/- 3.36 percentage points.


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