Donald Trump continues to resonate with likely Republican primary voters, coming out on top in the latest Suffolk University/USA Today poll, out Tuesday. Among voters identifying as Republican, or independents who plan to vote in their states’ Republican primaries or caucuses, the real-estate mogul picked up 17 percent. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush followed with 14 percent, and with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at 8 percent. At the same time, however, Trump trailed Hillary Clinton by 17 percentage points in a prospective general-election matchup of all voters, and he had the lowest favorability rating (23 percent favorable to 61 percent unfavorable), also among all voters.
The poll was conducted July 9-12 via landlines and cellphones, surveying 1,000 adults nationwide, with an overall margin of error of plus-or-minus 3 percentage points.
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