The latest US Elections 2016 opinion polls have shown the inclination of Americans towards Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as opposed to Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump.

According to the Washington Post-ABC News poll, two out of three Americans feel that Trump would not turn out to be a right candidate to lead the nation. Those US voters have been disappointed to hear the Republican candidate’s negative comments about women, minority classes, and Muslims. Trump’s “unfair bias” has been an evident reason causing his downfall in the latest polls, reports suggested.

Until the last polls, Clinton was believed to have major chances of loss in the elections. But the latest poll results have surprised the whole nation. This time, the Democrat won the polls by 12 percent increase in support for her in the 2016 elections. There are also voters who have some complaints against Clinton as well. The way she handled questions about her use of personal email server, while she held the position of the State Secretary, was unconvincing. Few US citizens could not even think of Clinton being n the White House. However, the proportion of people having negative opinions for the Democrat candidate was slimmer this time.

According to the ABC, if US presidential elections were held on Monday, 51 percent votes would have been grabbed in favor of Clinton, while Trump would have managed to get 39 percent votes only. On Saturday, Trump commented on terrorism and said that regions linked with it should be suspended. “I think there’s no question that he’s made a number of mistakes over the last few weeks,” Republican Mitch McConnell told ABC News America on Sunday.

“I think there’s no question that he’s made a number of mistakes over the last few weeks,” Republican Mitch McConnell told ABC News America on Sunday. “I think they’re beginning to right the ship. It’s a long time until November. And the burden, obviously, will be on him to convince people that he can handle this job.”

The poll has raised questions over Trump’s presumptive presidential nomination  — a timely concern as it was pointed out just before his party would gather in Cleveland for their national convention.

Trump is in Scotland at the moment. He is expected to return this week with new strategies to pull voters his side to win US elections 2016.