A new poll released on Dec. 28 shows Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump virtually tied.
According to the conservative Rasmussen Reports, Clinton pulls 37 percent of voters, while Trump has 36 percent of the electorate. However, 22 percent support another candidate, and five percent are undecided.
In an October Rasmussen poll, Trump was at 38 percent, and Clinton clocked in at 36 percent.
Among Democrats, 75 percent are supporting Clinton, while Trump garners 63 percent of Republicans. Voters, who are unaffiliated, support Trump at 36 percent, Clinton at 25 percent and another candidate with 29 percent.
According to a Gallup poll released on Dec. 28, Clinton was ranked as the world's most admired woman for a record 20th time. Clinton got 13 percent of those polled, Malala Yousafzai came in at second with 5 percent and Oprah Winfrey was at 3 percent.
When it came to men, President Obama was the most admired at 17, while Trump tied Pope Francis for second place at 5 percent.