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Trump-Clinton Race Virtual Deadlock in Four Battleground States

Trump-Clinton Race Virtual Deadlock in Four Battleground States

By    |   Sunday, 11 September 2016 08:57 AM

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are in a dead heat in four battleground states, a sign the race is still anyone’s to win, according to four new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls conducted this week.

Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and New Hampshire’s recent results are all within the margin of error.

“As we enter the final lap of this very unconventional election, it would not be surprising if the electoral map in the end has new contours," Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, told NBC News. "Any of these four states could awaken a fault line in what is looking more and more like a shake-up election with more states being up for grabs.”

Here are the particulars for each of the four battleground polls conducted Sept. 6-8:

Arizona, a state the GOP has carried in the presidential election since 2000, favored Trump by one point 42-41 among likely voters (649 polled via landline and cellphone with a +/- 3.8-point margin of error).

Georgia, which has been a GOP stronghold since 1996, had Trump leading Clinton by three points 46-43 (625 likely voters +/- 3.9-point margin).

Nevada, which President Barack Obama won in the past two elections, had Clinton up one point 45-44 (627 likely voters +/- 3.9-point margin).

New Hampshire, which Obama has also won in the past two elections, revealed that Clinton was up one point 42-41 (737 likely voters +/- 3.6-point margin).

The race is similarly tight in each poll when third-party candidates, Libertarian Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein, were included in the interviews and surveys.

• Arizona: Trump (40 percent), Clinton (38), Johnson (12) and Stein (3).

• Georgia: Trump (44), Clinton (42), Johnson (10) and Stein is not on the ballot.

• Nevada: Trump (42), Clinton (41), Johnson (8) and Stein (3).

• New Hampshire: Clinton (39), Trump (37), Johnson (15) and Stein (3).

The NBC News report also referenced the down-ballot Senate races being led by the respective Republicans, including former presidential candidate John McCain who is up 19 points 57-38.

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are in a dead heat in four battleground states, a sign the race is still anyone's to win, according to four new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls conducted this week.Arizona, Georgia, Nevada...
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