The Republican Party is on the verge of losing a presidential election that Donald Trump won in a landslide, a poll finds.
The poll, conducted by Quinnipiac University, found that the margin between Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is now 10 points, a result that could spell doom for Republicans.
The GOP also has an edge over the Democrats in House seats in two states: Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The survey, conducted Sept. 22-23, found Clinton with an 11-point lead over Trump in the state of Pennsylvania.
The Democratic candidate has won the state in every election since 2004, when he defeated incumbent Democrat Gov.
Ed Rendell by a 20-point margin.
That was before Trump swept the 2016 presidential election.
Pollsters said the margin is wide enough for a Clinton victory, but not as wide as a Trump victory.
Polling by the Pew Research Center and Real Clear Politics showed Clinton with a two-point advantage over Trump nationally.
Polls in Ohio and Pennsylvania showed Trump winning the state, while the pollsters found a Clinton win in the swing state of Virginia.
Pennsylvania is the only state that went for Trump.
But both polls showed Trump with a net gain of 5 points in Pennsylvania, with Trump winning a net of 12 points.
Trump has been dogged by accusations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct.
He’s also been dogged in recent weeks by criticism from Republican leaders and some members of his own party, including House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Some Republican lawmakers have called for Trump to resign.
The polls also show Clinton with substantial support from independents.
In a head-to-head matchup, Clinton leads Trump by a wide margin with 51 percent to 39 percent.
That’s a wide disparity that Quinnipios polling found before Trump won the election.
The Quinnipac poll also found that Trump holds a narrow advantage in a hypothetical matchup between the two candidates in the general election.
Clinton leads with 54 percent of likely voters to Trump’s 36 percent, with 3 percent undecided.
That results in a Clinton net gain in the election of 6 percentage points.
In the Democratic contest, Clinton is ahead of Trump by 4 points in a matchup with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
Trump is ahead by 2 points with 51 to 37 percent in a face-off between the presumptive Republican nominee and former Secretary of State Joe Biden.
The Real ClearPolitics polling average has Biden with a 2.5-point edge over Trump.
The Pew Research poll found that Clinton is supported by 51 percent of Democrats to Trump 39 percent, but that’s still a significant deficit.
Clinton is also trailing Sanders by 3 points in the race for the party’s nomination for president.
In that contest, she has a net loss of 2 percentage points to Biden, who has a 5-point net gain.
Democrats also are in a statistical dead heat in the Senate race.
Clinton has a 2-point average lead over Sanders in the Real ClearParty, while Biden is in a 4-point dead heat.
The polling average shows the two in a dead heat with 52 percent to 48 percent.
The state’s 6th Congressional District includes parts of Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. The Democrats are trailing Sanders in every poll that has been done.
Clinton holds a lead of nearly 7 points in some of those polls.
In Pennsylvania, Biden is ahead 51 percent-39 percent in the poll of likely Democratic voters conducted by The Associated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
In Virginia, Biden leads 53 percent-37 percent.
A majority of Democrats are backing Biden over Sanders, according to the Quinnipack polling average.
Trump is supported in Ohio by 55 percent to 43 percent.
In California, Biden beats Trump 51 percent (45 percent for Sanders) to 39% (39 percent for Trump).
Sanders leads by 6 points in Florida.
The Associated Newcomers Project found that 51 percent support Sanders in Ohio, and 51 percent in California.
Clinton also leads Trump in Virginia by 3 percent.
Poll results for the race in Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania State are not available yet.
The Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll of 1,500 likely voters in the Pennsylvania Senate race showed Trump leading with 49 percent to 46 percent.
Sanders was supported by 45 percent of the likely Democratic primary voters surveyed.
Clinton was supported 45 percent to 44 percent.
Trump leads the state by 11 points in Real ClearTrump, with Biden leading 47 percent to 45 percent.
Real ClearClinton, with Sanders ahead 47 percent.