POLL: Hillary +11 In Swing State Pennsylvania

The Hill reports:

Hillary Clinton has opened up an 11-point lead over Donald Trump among likely voters in Pennsylvania, according to a new Franklin and Marshall College poll. Clinton has 49 percent in the poll among likely Pennsylvania voters while Trump has 38 percent.

Among registered voters in the state, Clinton has a slightly larger lead, 48 to 35 percent. Clinton is supported by 78 percent of registered Democrats and Trump is supported by 69 percent of registered Republicans.

Trump leads among white voters with a high school degree or less, but Clinton leads among college-educated whites. Trump also leads among white men, 45 to 35 percent, but Clinton leads among women, 57 to 29 percent.

And in New Hampshire:

Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 17 points in New Hampshire, 51 to 34 percent, according to a new WBUR poll.

In a four-way matchup including Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, the Democratic nominee’s lead shrinks to 15 points, 47 to 32 percent.

The Democratic nominee’s lead has widened significantly since a poll three months ago that showed she and Trump were virtually tied in the state.