Greek-Americans strongly prefer democrat Hillary Clinton for their next President

epa05579113 Republican Donald Trump (L) and Democrat Hillary Clinton (R) shake hands at the end of the second Presidential Debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, 09 October 2016. The third and final debate will be held 19 October in Nevada. EPA/GARY HE

Greek-Americans strongly prefer democrat Hillary Clinton for their next President over republican rival, Donald Trump, according to a poll following the second debate by the Council of the Hellenic American Leadership.

940 people polled from 48 different states showed that when asked if they “had to vote today,” 49.36 percent were revealed as Hillary Clinton supporters where as only 35.53 percent would vote for Donald Trump.

For example:

Question: If the presidential election were held today how would you vote?

Hillary Clinton (Democrat) 49.36%
Donald Trump (Republican) 35.53%
Gary Johnson (Libertarian) 3.30%
Jill Stein (Green Party) 3.94%
Another candidate 4.79%
Not voting 3.09%

Question: If a candidate issued statements/policies with positions on Greek issues, would you be more likely to support her/him?

Yes 68.32%
No 0.43%
Not a factor in decision 31.25%

Question: What candidate do you believe would be more supportive of the Greek economic crisis?

Hillary Clinton 42.30%
Donald Trump 28.09%
Neither 23.83%

Question: What candidate would be better for the refugee crisis?

Hillary Clinton 50.66%
Donald Trump 28.12%
Neither 13.68%

Question: What candidate would be better in general on Greek issues?

Hillary Clinton 42.87%
Donald Trump 27.73%
Neither 23.09%