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hillaryclinton-092316.jpg With the first presidential debate looming, the results of a new McClatchy-Marist poll show that Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump has narrowed significantly. The poll showed Clinton with a 48 percent to 41 percent lead over Trump among likely voters nationwide.

hillary-092116.jpg New Hampshire has voted for the Democratic candidate in five of the past six presidential elections, and the results of a new Monmouth University Poll suggest the Granite State is likely to remain blue this time around. The poll found that 47 percent of likely New Hampshire voters support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, while 38 percent back her Republican rival Donald Trump.

hillary-092016.jpg Donald Trump has suggested that he could put heavily blue New York in play for the first time in decades, but the results of a new Siena College Research Institute poll show Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead in the Empire State. The poll showed Clinton with a 51 percent to 30 percent lead over Trump.

trump-hillary-091516.jpg Following a tough week for Hillary Clinton, the results of new national polls show the race for the White House is virtually tied. A new CBS News/New York Times poll showed Clinton with just a two-point advantage in a head-to-head matchup against Donald Trump among likely voters, leading 46 percent to 44 percent.

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