George Washington University’s national poll released on Wednesday showed that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a close tie going into the middle of September. The poll found that likely voters were in favor of Clinton, with 42% backing Clinton and 40% backing Trump.
The survey found that 13% of those polled stated that they might not vote at all in 2016.
A staggering 59% of people surveyed stated that they would vote for the candidate in the party that they normally vote for with reluctance. The poll found that 60% of Clinton supporters are voting for her and not against Trump. The figures for Trump are 54% with the same response.
Those surveyed found that the economy was the most important aspect in the election, with 21% of voters stating that it is the top priority. The survey found that 73% of people are worried of an economic slowdown and what it would mean for their family.
Earlier in the week, CNN/ORC released their own survey, with Trump holding a 2% lead over Hillary Clinton.
Both polls have a 2% lead over the opposing candidate.
The GWU poll includes a margin of error with a plus or minus of 3.1%. The poll took place between August 28 and September 1, with 1,000 registered voters included in the survey.