The campaign credited last week's Democratic National Convention with the boost in fundraising in July.
Sanders says that he wasn't angry during the Democratic convention.
In a poll of 996 likely Democrat, Republican, Independent and non-declared voters, the OH Predictive Insights today has the Democratic nominee, Clinton, with 45 percent of the vote, while her Republican rival has 43 percent. He did win the ratings race and almost 2 million more people tuned in to watch his speech than Secretary Clinton's. This includes a huge boost in fundraising during and immediately after Clinton gave her acceptance speech. "I will be hopeful and resolute in my belief that being a good American who loves his country is far more important than parties or winning and losing", the NY lawmaker said in an op-ed piece he wrote for a Syracuse newspaper.
According to a CBS News poll on Monday, Mrs Clinton leads Trump by six percent, having 46 percent of support compared to 39 percent Trump secured.
"Conservatives should reform the party of Lincoln, not surrender to the Clinton's machine's dishonesty and identity politics", Sasse said in a statement emailed to Reuters.
The billionaire businesswoman cited a list of controversial positions that Trump has campaigned on, including banning Muslims from entering the country and building a wall between Mexico and the U.S.
While this 24-point lead is impressive, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney defeated President Barack Obama by 33% in 2012, a 9-point swing in favor of the Democrats since the 2012 election.
He openly taunted them, telling House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senator John McCain that he hadn't yet decided whether to back them in their party primaries, saying: "I'm just not there yet".
Calling Clinton a politician with "bedrock national values" and a "far better choice in 2016 for President of the United States", the CEO decried Trump, a man whose medium-sized fingers are actually ossified jumbo cocktail shrimp, as a potentially lethal alternative.