Clinton Holds Single-Point Lead Over Trump In North Carolina Poll

Hillary Clinton leads by just one point among North Carolina voters, in the latest poll from Monmouth University, conducted after the final presidential debate.

Clinton leads over Trump, 47-46, with Libertarian Gary Johnson following at 4 percent.

Her lead has dropped slightly since Monmouth last polled the state in late August. In that poll, she led 44-42, with Johnson at 7 percent.

Democratic pollster Public Policy Polling released a poll of likely North Carolina voters earlier today, showing Clinton ahead +3 in both a head-to-head and four-way matchup.

The Monmouth University poll was conducted Oct. 20-23 among 402 likely North Carolina voters, with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percent.

TPM’s PollTracker Average for the presidential election in North Carolina shows Clinton leading Trump, 48.1 to 45.4.

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