Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads GOP rival Donald Trump by more than 13 percentage points in a new poll.
According to the June 20-24 Reuters/Ipsos poll, 46.6 percent of likely voters backed Clinton, compared with 33.3 percent for Trump and 20.1 percent for neither candidate.
Although the gap between the candidates narrowed to 9 percentage points immediately following the deadly Orlando, Florida, nightclub shooting, Clinton’s lead widened as news broke about Trump’s campaign deficit. According to a Federal Election Commission filing on Monday, Trump’s campaign has $1.3 million in the bank. The number lags significantly behind Clinton’s campaign, which has $42 million in the bank as of May 31, according to FEC filings.
Reuters reported that 1,201 likely voters participated in the online poll, which has a 3.3 percent margin of error.