The weekly tracking poll from NBC News shows Hillary Clinton broadening her lead over Donald Trump. In a two-way match up, the presumptive Democratic nominee took 49% compared with 41% for Trump. That leaves 10% giving no answer.
In a four-way race with Clinton, Trump, Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, and expected Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Clinton received 42%, Trump 36%, Johnson 9%, and Stein 5%.
The poll also revealed that Trump supporters are not confident about their candidate’s chances, with 57% holding that Clinton will end up winning the election.
The latest poll also shows that terrorism looms large in the minds of voters in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. In the two NBC tracking polls taken after that event, terrorism was ranked the most important election issue for more than 20% of voters. Before the attack, that figure was hovering in the low teens.
A greater focus on terrorism among voters is generally considered good news for Republicans. It’s also worth remembering that the percentage of people listing terrorism as the most important issue to them spiked at the end of last year after the Paris shooting, but those numbers ended up coming down.