Hillary Clinton Leads Donald Trump by 14 Points Nationally in New Poll

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The Democratic nominee leads Trump among likely voters 51% to 37%

This article originally appeared on TIME.

Hillary Clinton has widened her lead over Donald Trump, polling 14 percentage points ahead nationally, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, which comes 12 days before the presidential election.

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Conducted after the final presidential debate, the poll finds the Democratic nominee leads Trump among likely voters 51% to 37%, a significant lead over the Republican candidate.

According to the poll, Clinton has support of 90% of likely Democratic voters, as well as support from 15% of moderate Republicans. Of the Republicans surveyed, 79% said they would vote for Trump.

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The poll finds that Clinton has consolidated the support of her party, while even managing to draw Republican voters.

The margin of error for the AP-GfK poll, conducted between Oct. 20-24, is plus or minus 2.75 percentage points.

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