The saving grace for Clinton, however, is that Trump is doing worse among young voters compared to both Clinton and previous Republican presidential candidates. For example, a recent Texas state survey by Public Policy Poll found that "Donald Trump leads with 44 percent to 38 percent for Hillary Clinton, 6 percent for Gary Johnson, 2 percent for Jill Stein." The poll found that "Trump's lead is based entirely on his holding a 63-33 advantage among seniors. With voters under 65, however, Clinton leads him 49-45. And when you look just specifically at voters under 45, Clinton leads Trump 60-35."