Hillary Clinton has a 12-point lead over Donald Trump, the latest ABC News tracking poll shows.
The poll shows Clinton's numbers were boosted by broad disapproval of Donald Trump on two controversial issues: His treatment of women and his reluctance to endorse the election's legitimacy.
The poll comes just after the third and final presidential debate before the election.
The ABC News poll also showed Clinton leading Trump by 20 percentage points among women and three percentage points among men.
Clinton has also gained a 3-point advantage among those without a college education and a 20-point lead among voters with a college degree.
Trump's strongest group of supporters are white, non-college educated voters -- which back him 55 percent to 36 percent.
This poll is a result of a random national sample of 874 likely voters and was conducted October 20-22. The margin of error for this poll is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
Trump campaigned in Florida Sunday while Clinton campaigned in North Carolina.