Hillary Clinton is running about four points ahead of Donald Trump in the key state of Michigan, according to a poll released Wednesday to the Detroit News and WDIV-TV.
Clinton led the presumptive Republican nominee with 43 percent to compared to his 38.5 in a poll 600 likely voters, the Detroit News reports.
The poll, which had a margin of error of plus-minus 4 percentage points, found 12 percent were still undecided and another 4 percent said they will vote for someone else.
But when Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson was factored into the race, the support for both Clinton and Trump faltered — although she continued to hang on to her narrow lead.
The Detroit News reports Johnson received 11.5 percent support. Clinton led Trump, 37 percent to 33 percent.
"It appears that right now the support [for Johnson] comes equally from both sides," the newspaper quoted pollster Richard Czuba of the Lansing-based Glengariff Group Inc., which conducted the poll. "It's kind of that middle that's intrigued with the Libertarian option."
Voters were also asked about Bernie Sanders, who beat Clinton in the Michigan primary in March, according to the Washington Times.
The poll results revealed Sanders led Trump by 19 points, 52 percent to 33 percent, the Times reports.
© 2021 Newsmax. All rights reserved.