… and, some Dems are jumping ship.
A snippet from the WaPo’s poll analysis:
Consolidation for Trump within his own party has been one part of the post-FBI dynamic:
Trump has gone from a low of 82 percent support among Republicans early in the tracking period to 89 percent now, his high.
Clinton, meanwhile has gone from a high of 90 percent support among Democrats to 87 percent now.
The latest results mark the first time in tracking that Trump has had numerically higher support among Republicans than Clinton’s among Democrats, 89 vs. 87 percent.
Adding in ideology, the tracking poll shows Clinton going from 95 percent support among liberal Democrats early in the tracking poll to 88 percent now.
Trump’s gone from 89 percent among conservative Republicans to 94 percent now.