The latest developments with the Clinton Foundation and the former secretary of state’s emails seem to be continuing to erode her support with voters. A new national poll from the Morning Consult has Republican nominee Donald Trump trailing Clinton by a mere two points, TownHall reports. It’s a statistical dead heat. When you factor in the other candidates into the poll, the Consult found that Clinton’s lead remains at two points (via The Hill):
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 2 points in a new national poll, within the survey’s margin of error.
Clinton leads Trump, 42 percent to 40 percent, in a two-way race in the Morning Consult poll released Sunday morning.
Just three weeks ago, Clinton led Trump by 7 points in the same poll, 44 percent to 37 percent.
When third-party candidates are factored into the new poll, Clinton maintains a 2-point lead over Trump, with 38 percent support for the former secretary of State, 36 percent for the real estate mogul, 9 percent for Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and 4 percent for Green Party nominee Jill Stein.