Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are separated by a narrow three points in a potential 2016 match-up, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, with 46 percent of registered voters choosing Clinton to 43 percent picking Trump.
The picture is a bit different among the wider field of all adults, where Clinton has a significant 51-39 advantage.
The data come a long 14 months from the general election and before either party picks its nominee — Clinton is looking less likely to be the Democratic nominee than before and Trump more likely as the GOP one — but they demonstrate the power of partisanship, which bring the less-popular Trump into a once-unthinkable position of nipping at Clinton’s heels.
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