With Election Day less than one week away, a new WBUR poll released Thursday shows Republican candidate Donald Trump has pulled 1 point ahead of Democrat Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire.
According to the poll:
- Trump: 40 percent.
- Clinton: 39 percent.
- Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson: 10 percent.
- Green Party nominee Jill Stein: 3 percent.
- Undecided or refused to answer: 4 percent.
In terms of trustworthiness:
- Clinton is not trustworthy: 70 percent.
- Clinton is trustworthy: 27 percent.
- Trump is not trustworthy: 60 percent.
- Trump is trustworthy: 36 percent.
The latest numbers show a stark contrast compared to the last WBUR survey released on Oct. 14, prior to the FBI announcing they were reopening its investigation into Clinton's emails from a private server.
According to the Oct. 14 WBUR poll, the former secretary of state was leading Trump by 3 percentage points, 41 to 38 percent.
The poll also notes the competitiveness in the Granite State's Senate race.
- GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte: 51 percent.
- Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan: 45 percent.
Additionally, for the gubernatorial race, Republican Chris Sununu has a 5-point lead over Democrat Colin Van Ostern:
- Chris Sununu: 49 percent.
- Colin Van Ostern: 44 percent.
This poll surveyed 500 likely voters between October 29-November 1 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.
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