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Salt Lake Tribune/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll

The race for the White House in Utah voters minds is a toss-up, with Replublican Donald Trump
and either Democratic candidate HIllary Clinton or Bernie Sanders in a statistical tie entering the
final months of the 2016 presidential campaign.

Q: If the November general election for

Q: If the November general election for

president of the United States were today,


and these three names were on the ballot,
who would you vote for?

president of the United States were today,


and these three names were on the ballot,
who would you vote for?

Q: Is your opinion of Donald


Trump favorable, unfavorable, neutral or do you have
no opinion of him?

Q: Is your opinion of Hillary


Clinton favorable, unfavorable, neutral or do you have
no opinion of her?

Favorable

Favorable

21%

20%

Neutral
Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Gary Johnson

Donald Trump Bernie Sanders Gary Johnson

Undecided

Undecided

35%

35%

13%

35%

Unfavorable

65%

12%

37%

14%

No
opinion

67%

2%

14%

16%

Unfavorable

Neutral

11%

No
opinion

0%

Will not vote 2%

Will not vote 1%

Source: For presidential preference, SurveyUSA questioned 1,238 likely November voters from June 2-8. The margin of error is + 2.8 percentage points; for favorability, sampling was 1,425 voters with margin of
error is + 2.5 percentage points.

Mind is made up

More from the poll ....

Q: (Asked of 1,044 likely November voters

Of those likely Utah voters in November who chose a


favorite presidential candidate, nearly three-fourths
also said they werent likely to change their minds
before the election. About 3 in 4 likely voters also said
the field of candidates for public office this year is
either fair or poor, and the possibility of the next
president nominating one or more Supreme Court
justices gave Donald Trump an edge over Hillary
Clinton.

Q: How much of an impact will


your candidates choice of
running mate influence your
support: a lot, a little or not at
all?

A lot

27%

A little

46%

Not at all

24%

71%

candidates running for public


office this year: Excellent, good,
fair or poor?

5% Good
21%

Fair

Poor

26%

Not sure

Q: (Asked of 1,064 likely November voters

who made a choice among presidential


candidates from a field that includes
Hillary Clinton) Is your mind made up,
or might you change your mind
between now and November?

Q: In general, is the quality of

Excellent

Might change your mind

who made a choice among presidential


candidates from a field that includes
Bernie Sanders) Is your mind made up,
or might you change your mind
between now and November?

25%

71%

4%

4%

Q: The next president may have the chance to nominate one or more

justices to the U.S. Supreme Court. Does this make you: More likely to
vote for Donald Trump; more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton; or make

Trump

40%

Clinton

30%

No difference

25%

Not
sure

35% 37%

4%

Source: SurveyUSA poll from June 6-8. The margin of error for the first three questions is + 2.8
percentage points; for the last two questions, the sampling was 1,425 likely November voters
with a margin of error of + 2.6 percentage points

Not sure 3%

Not sure 2%

Note: Some results do not add up to 100 percent due to rounding

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