The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton broke away from his Republican rival Donald trump 4%. This is evidenced by the latest public opinion poll conducted by the sociological centre of Ipsos, in conjunction with Reuters.
According to the latest data obtained in the period from 9 to 15 September, Clinton was ready to vote 42% of respondents, while in support of trump has spoken, 38% of respondents.
Sociologists say that Clinton has the advantage among minorities, women and voters who earn more than $75 thousand a year. Trump leads among white men, Church members and respondents, whose age is approaching retirement, the study says.
In early September, a poll by Ipsos/Reuters showed the advantage of trump, which was 1%. Then a Republican were willing to vote 40% of the respondents.
This week it became clear that Clinton was ill with pneumonia. On 11 September, during the mourning ceremony in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks in new York, the applicant felt unwell and nearly fainted. Because of illness she was forced to cancel a campaign tour through California and Nevada. On September 13, Clinton said he feels fine and is recovering.