Yesterday, we highlighted Hillary's growing "Millennial Problem" pointing out that her support among young voters seemingly collapsed at the same time she took her 9/11 "stumble" off the sidewalk (see: "Hillary's Growing "Millennial Problem" Forces A Reset"). In fact, the collapse is reflected in the Real Clear Politics average of national polls, which shows Clinton's lead has now been reduced to the smallest margin since the DNC.
But, according to the latest polling data from the USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times daily tracking poll, Millennial voters aren't the only demographic hurting Clinton. First, the overall daily poll, which tracks 3,000 U.S. citizens from around the country, shows Trump opening up a massive 7-point national lead, his largest since the DNC.
And, as we mentioned yesterday, the LA Times poll confirms a Trump surge with Millennial voters.
But perhaps evening more shocking is the Trump surge among black voters. After polling at basically 0% for the past several months, the latest data suggests that Trump has surged to over 20% as Hillary has tanked.
Meanwhile, Trump has also surged with people having a high school education or less...
And male voters, in general...
While his support from female voters has improved marginally as well.