North Carolina voters support Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by seven points, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.
- Clinton: 46 percent;
- Trump: 39 percent;
- Other: 15 percent.
The results are an improvement for the Democratic candidate, who was tied at 41 percent with her Republican opponent in the state in a September NYT/Siena College poll.
Trump has an advantage among white voters in the state who do not have college degrees, but Clinton leads among white voters who have degrees.
Without college degrees:
- Trump: 66 percent;
- Clinton: 22 percent.
With college degrees:
- Clinton: 42 percent;
- Trump: 40 percent.
Among non-white voters, Clinton has gained support in the poll:
- Clinton: 81 percent;
- Trump: 6 percent.
The poll results showed that Clinton is leading among people who have voted early.
In the RealClearPolitics average of North Carolina's polls, Clinton is ahead by 2.2 points. Trump is up by three in the state, according to Remington Research.
The Times and Siena College conducted the poll among 792 likely voters in North Carolina from Oct. 20-23.
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