Gary Johnson, the former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico, got 14% in his home state in a new poll conducted by Public Policy Polling for the New Mexico Political Report.
The poll, conducted over the weekend, found that Clinton leading with 41%, while Trump received 33%.
Clinton and Trump hold large leads in their parties. Clinton received the support of 67% of Democrats, while Trump got 11% and Johnson 10%. Trump received the support of 62% of Republicans while Johnson got 16% and Clinton 14%.
Clinton leads among independents with 31%, with Trump trailing at 25% and Johnson getting 19%. In the most lopsided demographic, Hispanics, Clinton leads the way with 56%, while Trump and Johnson both received 19%. Trump leads among whites with 47%, Clinton receiving 29% and Johnson 14%. In ethnicities listed as “other,” Clinton led with 41% to Trump’s 23% and Johnson’s 21%.
The poll surveyed 802 likely New Mexico voters. The poll was conducted from May 13 to 15 and has a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percent.