A new poll from the Associated Press and Public Policy Polling shows Trump leading by 14 points in Iowa, giving him the edge over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
The AP/PPP poll shows Trump up 40-28, with Clinton leading by 15 points in the state.
In the last four weeks, Clinton has led in the AP/PPP poll by 22 points, and Trump by 14.
The latest poll of likely Iowa voters shows Trump ahead by 15 percentage points, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 8 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 3 percent.
Clinton’s lead is now at 38 points.
The poll is based on landline and cellphone interviews conducted between June 12 and June 14 among a random national sample of 803 likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers, including 810 likely Republican caucusgoers.
The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.
The AP/AP/PPI poll is considered accurate within ±3.5 percent.
The margin of sampling error for all AP-NORC polls is plus/minus 3.5 points.
The survey of likely voters in Iowa was conducted by phone June 13-14 and has a margin of field error of +/-4.5%.
The poll of probable voters in New Hampshire was conducted June 15-18 and has an error margin of +/-7.5.