Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton lost her three-point lead against Republican challenger Donald Trump in a new NBC weekly tracking poll published Tuesday.
The presumed nominee still holds a slight lead over Trump, carrying 46 percent compared to Trump’s 45 percent of likely voters. But when Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are included in the poll, Clinton falls completely behind Trump.
Trump earned 40 percent, and Clinton earned only 39 percent of the vote. Johnson earned 10 percent of the vote, and Stein earned 5 percent.
The poll was conducted either online or over the phone, and 9,353 likely voters responded to the survey. The poll was conducted with free online survey provider SurveyMonkey.
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