Poll: Trump, Clinton in dead heat for New Mexico votes Web Staff
November 07, 2016 05:28 PM

ZiaPoll, a New Mexico-based non-partisan public opinion pollster, said in a statement Monday morning that its state-wide survey of 8,439 likely voters, conducted on Sunday, Nov. 6, shows a two-point Clinton advantage.


The survey shows 46 percent of those polled in favor of Clinton, with 44 percent in favor of Trump. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson received 6 percent in the survey, with Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein receiving 1 percent. Two percent of those polled indicated another candidate, and less than one percent remain undecided.

According to the survey, Donald Trump is the closest he has been to Secretary Hillary Clinton among New Mexico voters the entire campaign. Trump’s deficit is within the margin of error of a statistical tie.

ZiaPoll said that while Clinton still leads among females and Hispanic/Latino voters, Trump is now leading Clinton by 5 points in the crossover vote, meaning that more Democrats are voting for Trump than Republicans are voting for Clinton.

ZiaPoll said Johnson experienced another drop in the polls. When looking at the trends over its last four New Mexico statewide surveys, it does not look like Johnson will get to 10 percent in New Mexico, ZiaPoll said in its statement.

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