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>> Hillary Clinton is not just beating Donald Trump nationally, she's widening her lead. An exclusive Reuters Ipsos pull out Wednesday, showing 46% of likely voters backing the presumptive Democratic candidate, versus 33% for Trump. Clinton's 13 point lead up from 10 points last week. A three point gain can vanish over the course of seven days but this three point gain comes after a particularly dynamic period.
It follows damning testimony from FBI Director, James Comey, to Congress about Clinton's use of a private email server.>> Secretary Clinton said, all work related emails were returned to the state department. Was that true?>> No, we found work related emails, thousands that were not returned.>> But voters seemed undeterred.
The poll conducted from July 8th through the 12th. Also, span the immediate aftermath of a terrifically violent week. If Americans were shocked by renewed anti police protests, and the murders of five Dallas police officers. They didn't show it by switching their support to the man who proclaimed himself the law and order candidate.
>> The attack on our Dallas police, is an attack on our country.>> In fact Donald Trump's negatives ticked up from 58% to 60% of likely voters now saying they have an unfavorable view of the real state mogul. His overall support dropping from 35% to 33, the Reuters Ipsos poll has a credibility interval of 3 percentage points.
>> It turned out