With Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton locked in a tight race, a new poll suggests that celebrity money has taken a big hit.
The new CNN/ORC poll finds that, in a head-to-head matchup, Hillary Clinton’s net worth was $11.9 billion, with the billionaire Donald Trump at $10.3 billion.
Trump’s networth, meanwhile, dropped by $3.7 billion, while Clinton’s rose by $4.3 million.
In the general election, the CNN poll found that only one in five Americans said they would support either candidate, with nearly two in three saying they would vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson.
The poll also found that 56% of voters said they thought the election would be “rigged”, and 51% thought that the election was “likely” to be “fair”.
Clinton, however, is the only Democrat to have a net worth that was lower than Trump’s in the CNN survey.
Clinton’s net wealth dropped by over $3 billion According to the poll, more than 60% of Americans said that they believed Trump and Clinton had a “good chance” of winning the White House in November, with 35% of respondents saying that they would be less likely to vote for the Democrat.
Clinton’s overall net worth is still slightly higher than that of Trump, however.
Trump has $17.3 trillion in assets, while the Democratic nominee has $16.4 trillion in net worth.
Despite her $10 billion drop in net wealth, Clinton’s still one of the wealthiest women in America, with a net wealth of $4,871,743, according to Forbes magazine.
While Trump has lost money from the election, Clinton has not, according, the new poll.
In fact, her net worth fell by $1.3bn, while Trump’s rose $2.2bn.
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