Hanna, who is retiring after three terms in Congress, explained that while he's considered voting for Clinton for a few months, it was Trump's attacks on the parents of a fallen Muslim American soldier the pushed him away from his party's pick and into the Clinton camp.
In the fallout over Trump's dispute with the Khans, Republican Senate Majority Leader McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan have also supported the family.
She started August with more than $58 million in cash reserves as she and Republican Donald Trump hurtle toward what will be an expensive and bitterly fought general election.
While polling at earlier points in the race tended to show Johnson pulling support from Clinton, the results now appear to be more of a mixed bag. It's a choice between more of the same in Hillary Clinton and someone who will break through the status quo in Donald Trump.
As might be expected given those poll numbers, Clinton's favorability ratings were upside down in the new poll. Clinton now garners 50 percent of independent voters - up 13 percentage points since last weekend. Her unfavorable rating also dropped among Democrats from 24 percent to 19 percent. But by the time Clinton finished her convention, that peak was gone.
"We come out of the Democratic National Convention with our party united and our supporters energized for the final 98 days of this campaign". Fifty per cent of registered voters have a negative opinion of Clinton compared to 36 per cent who view her positively, the poll said. These results are similar to the favorability ratings we saw for the Republican Party last week following the GOP convention. Nearly nine in 10 voters polled - 86 percent - said they favored a federal law that would block individuals on a "no-fly list" from buying a gun.
Or as Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine put it even more explicitly during his convention speech: "If any of you are looking for that party of Lincoln, we've got a home for you right here in the Democratic Party". Among Independents, 46 percent said they had about the same level of interest this year as in previous years and 34 percent said they were less interested this year.
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Tennesseans diverged wildly from most federal lawmakers representing the Volunteer State when it comes to banning gun purchases for people on a "no-fly list".
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado, July 29, 2016. Respondents for this non-probability survey were selected from the almost three million people who take surveys on the SurveyMonkey platform each day.
The PPP poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.