Most national polls now show the Democrat with a substantial lead. The ABC News tracking poll, second most accurate in 2012, also places Clinton at 50 percent and Trump at 38 percent.
“As a human being I think the foundation does an enormous amount of good, but from strictly political standpoint…”
It all depends, Stanley Greenberg says, on how Democrats characterize not just Donald Trump, but other Republicans down-ballot. He thinks Democrats need to paint Trump as indicative of the larger problem of extremist Republican politics.
For Trump, the year 2011 began with the BIG NEWS that he had rejected Lindsay Lohan for Celebrity Apprentice, but by April, his one-man show to paint Barack Obama as a secret Kenyan had become the talk of the country.
Of the poll of likely Republican voters, 9 percent of moderates and 5 percent of observant Catholics said they would vote for Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.