Hillary Clinton currently bypasses Donald trump on 9 points, 46 to 37%, in line with new data poll Wall Street Journal / NBC.
Trump's speech at the debate on Sunday helped him to rally the voters after Friday's disclosure of the tape of the tramp, making rude comments about women yielded results. 89% of Republicans said after the debate that they would vote for trump, compared to 74% who were in last weekend and said that they would vote for him in a race head to head with Clinton. The weekend poll also showed that 39% of Republicans believe that Republican candidates in Congress must continue to support trump as the nominee of the party, and this percentage rose to 45% after discussion.
Only 6% of voters the Republican party, said trump needs to leave the race because of his rude comments about women.
34% of voters said that trump's comments were "inappropriate, but typical, as some men say in private with other men." 37% of respondents reported over the weekend that the comments were inappropriate. 41% said that the comments were "totally unacceptable", "because they described the" touching women without their consent ".
88% of Democrats support Clinton, while 83% of Republicans say they would vote for trump.
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