Results of SurveyUSA Election Poll #23226
On Eve of Final Debate, Clinton 10 Atop Trump Nationwide in Take-No-Prisoners Campaign;
She Leads by 44 Points Among Urban Women ... He Leads by 9 Points Among Rural Women:

With Americans across the country already voting, 1 day till the 3rd Presidential debate and 20 days until votes are counted, Democrat Hillary Clinton defeats Republican Donald Trump 46% to 36% in an election today, 10/18/16. Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 5%. Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 2%.

In research conducted exclusively for the Boston Globe and Colby College of Waterville, Maine, SurveyUSA finds:

* Trump leads by 6 points among white voters.
* Clinton leads by 79 points among African American voters.
* Clinton leads by 35 points among Hispanic voters.

* Trump leads by 15 points in rural America.
* Clinton leads by 8 points in suburban America.
* Clinton leads by 34 points in urban America.

Among all women, Clinton leads by 13 points. That breaks down this way:

* Trump leads by 9 points among rural women.
* Clinton leads by 12 points among suburban women.
* Clinton leads by 44 points among urban women.

Seniors split, 41% for Clinton, 40% for Trump. Clinton leads by 30 points among the youngest voters. Independents split, 34% for Trump, 34% for Clinton. Moderates break for Clinton 45% to 33%. The most affluent voters break narrowly for Trump. Clinton leads 2:1 among the least affluent voters.

Filtering: SurveyUSA interviewed 1,000 adults nationwide 10/11/16 through 10/14/16. All interviews were conducted after the 2nd Presidential debate on 10/09/16. Of the adults, 878 were registered to vote. Of the registered, 845 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote before polls close 11/08/16. This research was conducted 100% online.
1If the election for President were today, and you were filling out your ballot right now, who would you vote for? Donald Trump, the Republican? Hillary Clinton, the Democrat? Gary Johnson, the Libertarian? Or Jill Stein, the Green Party Candidate ?
845 Likely VotersAllGenderAge<50 / 50+RaceParty AffiliationParty AffiliationIdeologyFollow PoliticsAttend ChurchEducationIncomeUrbanityWomenRegion
Credibility Interval: ± 3.4 pct pointsMaleFemale18-3435-4950-6465+18-4950+WhiteBlackHispanicAsian / Strong RRepublicIndy LeaIndependIndy LeaDemocratStrong DRepublicIndependDemocratVery ConConservaModerateLiberalVery LibMost Of Some Of NeverOccasionRegularlHigh SchSome Col4-year CMaster's< $40K$40K - $$80K - $> $150KUrbanSuburbanRuralUrbanSuburbanRuralNortheasMidwestSouthWest
Donald Trump (R)36%38%34%25%37%39%40%31%40%43%6%25%34%80%72%72%22%7%10%0%75%34%5%67%59%33%4%2%42%32%27%35%47%37%37%33%36%27%41%36%48%27%35%49%20%34%45%37%31%42%29%
Hillary Clinton (D)46%45%47%55%46%42%41%50%42%37%85%60%44%14%13%10%30%66%79%99%13%34%88%18%27%45%79%85%49%44%50%48%38%44%43%48%50%53%40%44%42%61%43%34%64%46%36%43%50%41%52%
Gary Johnson (D)5%5%5%6%6%5%2%6%4%5%2%7%5%0%2%8%14%14%0%0%2%12%0%0%5%7%6%1%2%6%6%5%4%6%5%6%2%4%7%3%7%2%6%7%3%4%9%6%4%6%4%
Jill Stein (G)2%2%2%5%2%2%1%3%1%2%0%4%4%0%2%0%9%2%2%0%1%4%1%3%0%2%2%7%2%3%4%3%0%1%3%4%1%3%1%3%1%2%3%2%3%3%1%3%3%1%3%
Composition of Likely Voters100%49%51%21%27%31%21%48%52%70%12%13%5%10%17%12%14%10%18%15%28%36%33%13%21%38%15%9%51%36%36%34%30%20%36%28%15%34%34%26%7%26%51%21%10%26%13%18%22%38%22%