The former Secretary of State is ahead of Trump by 46% to 33% among likely voters, a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. Another 21% did not support either candidate.
The poll, which surveyed 1,146 likely voters in the country between July 8 and July 12, also found that half of likely voters now say they have a favorable view of Clinton. That’s compared to the roughly 60% of people polled who say they have an unfavorable view of Trump, according to Reuters. The poll is notable because it comes after the FBI criticized Hillary Clinton's email practices while secretary of state, but declined to recommend criminal charges against her.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll has a measure of accuracy of 3 percentage points.