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Clinton Comes Out Ahead By Four Points In Latest WSJ/NBC Poll

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In the four-way contest, 82 percent of Republican likely voters support Trump and 82 percent of Democratic likely voters support Clinton, with the former secretary of state taking a narrow 2-point lead among independent likely voters, according to the survey.

Clinton also leads Trump by 12 points among respondents who said they had already voted, 51-39.

Her lead is narrower than in the last WSJ/NBC poll released on Oct. 11 when she led Trump by 9 points, 46-37, among likely voters in a four-way matchup.

TPM's PollTracker Average shows Clinton leading Trump nationally 46.4-42.7.

The poll surveyed 1,282 likely voters from Nov. 2-5, with a margin of error of plus or minus 2.73 percentage points.

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