Millionaire investors said a Hillary Clinton victory in November would be a better investing opportunity than a Donald Trump win. But like the rest of the country, the group is sharply divided along partisan lines.
CNBC's "Millionaire Survey," which in March surveyed 750 people with $1 million or more in investable assets, found that 42 percent of millionaires view Clinton's election as a "good opportunity for investments." By comparison, only 36 percent said a Trump victory would provide a good investing opportunity.
Yet millionaires' investor outlooks were highly dependent on their politics. While 82 percent of Democratic millionaires said Clinton would offer a good investing opportunity, only 10 percent of Republicans agreed. When it comes to Trump, 62 percent of Republicans said his election would be a good opportunity for investments, compared with just 13 percent of Democrats.
For both candidates, independent millionaires were largely split.