A new survey indicates unemployed Americans were more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump in the presidential election.

Released by Express Employment Professionals, the survey said 35 percent of unemployed people voted for Clinton while 25 percent voted for Trump. Another 34 percent did not vote at all.

"While Democrats and Republicans seem to be polarized, the views of the unemployed appears to be much more mixed,” Bob Funk of Express Employee Professionals said in a statement.

The survey was conducted March 14 to April 6 and included 1,500 adults over the age of 18 who were unemployed but were capable of working.

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