Cindy Hoffman (L) of Independence, Iowa, and Eric Smith of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, laugh together during a campaign rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the W.L. Zorn Arena November 1, 2016 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Charlie Spiering

The latest IBD/TIPP tracking poll shows Donald Trump improving his support among women, even though a majority still support Hillary Clinton

Thirty-nine percent of women polled now say they support Trump, according Investors Business Daily, up from 34 percent on Saturday. That’s an increase of five points.

According to the poll, Trump is doing better among single women than failed 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Twenty-eight percent of single women support Trump, while Romney only polled at 23 percent. Romney, however, did better among married women — 51 percent to Trump’s 46 percent.

On Sunday, the Washington Post made a similar observation in its tracking poll.

Trump’s support from women improved eight points since last Thursday, polling three points better among women than Mitt Romney earned in 2012.