Hillary Clinton has a five-point national lead over Donald Trump despite recent revelations about her email problems and her near-escape from prosecution over a secret email server, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Clinton leads Trump 46 percent to 41 percent.
Those numbers are unchanged from June. The poll was conducted after FBI Director James Comey strongly rebuked Clinton over her email practices even though he determined that she had not committed a crime.
The poll was also conducted before Trump selected Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice-presidential running mate.
Clinton leads among African Americans (84 to 7 percent), voters ages 18-29 (55 to 32 percent) and women (52 to 37 percent). The margin among Latinos will be released later on Sunday.
The presumptive Republican nominee, meanwhile, leads among whites (50 to 37 percent) and men (46 to 39 percent), and the two candidates are tied among independents (36 percent each).
But in a four-way ballot test - including Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and the Green Party's Jill Stein - Clinton gets 41 percent, Trump 35 percent, Johnson 11 percent, and Stein 6 percent.
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