Donald Trump (L) and Hillary Clinton (R). (Photo: Breaking Israel News)

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday gave Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate nominated to run in the upcoming presidential election, a six percent lead over Donald Trump, her Republican opponent.

Nearly 41 percent of those surveyed favored Clinton, 35 percent favored Trump, and 25 percent picked “Other,” according to the new July 25-29 online poll of 1,043 likely voters. The poll has a credibility interval of four percentage points.

Of the alternative party candidates, Johnson came in third with five percentage points, followed by Stein at one percentage point, according to the July 25-29 survey of 1,426 likely voters, which has a credibility interval of three percentage points.

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The survey results were released one day after Clinton officially accepted her party’s nomination.

A separate Reuters/Ipsos survey that provided respondents with the option to choose from Clinton, Trump, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, has Clinton and Trump tied at 37 percentage points.

Of the alternative party candidates, Johnson came in third with five percent, followed by Stein at one percent, according to the July 25-29 survey of 1,426 likely voters, which has a credibility interval of three percentage points.

[source:- Breaking Israel News]