The Quinnipiac University poll collected data from voters in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania in order to gauge the atmosphere for a Trump-Clinton race.
The assistant director expressed other forecasts for the deadlock race.
“This election may be good for divorce lawyers. The gender gap is massive and currently benefits Trump,” Brown said.
Here’s the breakdown state by state in both Clinton and Sanders scenarios:
- Florida – Clinton at 43 percent, with Trump at 42 percent; Sanders at 44 percent to Trump's 42 percent;
- Ohio – Trump at 43 percent, with Clinton at 39 percent; while Sanders gets 43 percent to Trump's 41 percent;
- Pennsylvania – Once again, Clinton at 43 percent, with Trump at 42 percent, while Sanders leads Trump 47 - 41 percent.
While Trump is outperforming past GOP candidates in Pennsylvania, the presumptive nominee is polling similarly to previous Republicans in Ohio and Florida.
Bernie Sanders polled better than Hillary Clinton in a general election, but it still appears the 74 year old socialist cannot win the nomination of his party.
For Trump, Hillary will be the ultimate opponent for the general election, considering her ties to Wall Street, Wahhabi states and other scandals.
According to the polls, Trump wins over voters on immigration, economy and terrorism.
Both candidates polled closely in regards to “moral standards,” but many voters believed Clinton showed the proper “temperament” for handling international issues.