Mr Trump and Mrs Clinton are likely to be nominated as their parties presidential nominees at their respective conventions in the coming weeks. Here is just some of the bad news for Planned Parenthood's favorite presidential candidate and good news for defenders of unborn babies.
Clinton said the nation, including herself, needs to listen more rather than fueling political and other divisions after the high-profile shootings in Texas, Louisiana and Minnesota.
All of those head-to-head results are within the margin of error, meaning they may really be too close to call.
Both Clinton and Trump were seen unfavorably by 61 percent of the respondents, according to the Journal/NBC News/Marist poll.
"At a time when this country has enormous crises, we do not, and cannot have a man with Trump's temperament with the nuclear code and running the country", Sanders said, reports Real Clear Politics. Looking for proof? Sanders, the Vermont senator who proved particularly popular among young voters in the Democratic primary, has not given Clinton's campaign his highly desirable email list, an NBC producer tweeted Wednesday afternoon. "Hillary has too many scandals going on", said Ron Pool, 43, an independent voter from San Antonio. We have Donald Trump who wants to let states have the right to do away with the concept of the minimum wage.
Did Hillary Clinton insult Dan Marino or something?
The next day, Clinton released an ad featuring a middle-class architect who accused Trump of bilking him of payment over a construction project. The Swing State Poll focuses on Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania because since 1960 no candidate has won the presidential race without taking at least two of these three states.
"Wisconsin is competitive, but Democrats have an edge", Gonzales said.
One unusual finding in the poll is that Trump leads among voters under 50 years old in Iowa. Vincent Fort [D-Atlanta] and state Sen. And Pew Research Center polling shows 85 percent of Sanders supporters intend to vote for Clinton this fall. Trump dominates among white voters, men and older Floridians. We have to have third parties, fourth parties, as many parties as possible.
"Now I understand that just saying these things together may upset some people", Clinton said.
Iowa's numbers are fascinating.
Trump spent months "trying to discredit the citizenship and legitimacy of our first black president", Clinton said.
The equation, however, may not really much on Clinton, says Brent Wilkes, LULAC's national executive director. That survey showed Trump winning 47 percent of the white vote - and 1 percent of the vote from blacks. Those 102 include 67 elected at April caucuses in each congressional district, 13 state and local leaders and officeholders, and 22 at-large delegates that were elected by the state party committee last month.
During previous speeches, Clinton tried to associate Republicans with the controversial Trump. That poll suggests that only 6 percent of black voters nationally plan to support Donald Trump.
In her speech, Clinton rattled off a series of attacks against her GOP rival, calling Trump "dangerous", "divisive", "fear-mongering" and "pitting American against American".