Records also show that many Democratic state lawmakers or members of their staffs have donated to Clinton, but no Republican state lawmakers have given money to Trump.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is trying to reassure voters that he's not a racist. Oregon's Republican leaders have expressed tepid support of Trump or none at all.
Though Clinton was more subtle in her attacks on Trump in front of the audience of veterans, she did blast the businessman-turned-politician for what she said were his insults toward the military, attacking the family of a soldier killed in action and being too cozy with Russian President Vladimir Putin. That is narrower than the 10-point lead that Fox said Clinton had following the Democratic National Convention. Ryan favors a major overhaul of Medicare for future retirees, gradually replacing open-ended government coverage with a limited payment that beneficiaries could use for a range of insurance options.
Among Hispanics, it went from 71 percent to 55 percent.
"Backlash against Trump's divisive rhetoric and unsafe campaign, including his embrace of a deportation force and the alt-right hate movement, have increased the opportunities in the state", a senior campaign official said.
The split on Medicaid was 54 percent trusting Clinton and 37 percent trusting Trump.
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earned seven percent while Green Party candidate Jill Stein only earns three percent.
The ad buy comes weeks after Clinton's campaign made a decision to expand their political and organizing operations into Arizona, telling state Democratic leaders that they planned to invest six figures in a ground operation in the state. The public remains divided over the 2010 health overhaul, with 42 percent holding an unfavorable view, and 40 percent favoring it.
The Rasmussen survey includes 1,000 likely voters and was conducted on August 29-30. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.6 points for registered voters, and plus or minus 5.6 points for likely voters.