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NY Times Poll: Trump, Clinton Tied in North Carolina

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By    |   Monday, 07 Nov 2016 01:09 PM

A day before the election, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied in North Carolina at 44 percent each, according to the New York Times Upshot/Siena College survey released Monday.

The results:
 

  • Trump: 44 percent.
  • Clinton: 44 percent.
  • Gary Johnson: 3 percent.
  • Don't know: 6 percent.

In the Senate race, Republican candidate Richard Burr has a slight lead over his Democratic opponent Deborah Ross (46 percent to 45 percent).

The Governor's race is also tight with Attorney General Roy Cooper overtaking his Republican rival Gov. Pat McCrory by a single point, 47 percent to 46 percent.

The survey, which was conducted following the third presidential debate and ahead of FBI director James Comey's announcement on Clinton’s newly discovered emails, has shown a remarkable rise for Trump from the previous poll, where Clinton was leading by seven points. Trump was at 39 percent after the third debate.

Other results:

  • 59 percent of white voters support Trump, up from 53 percent in last poll.
  • 90 percent of Republicans back Trump, up from 80 percent after the final debate.

More than 3 million North Carolina voters, who comprise two-thirds of the likely electorate, have cast their votes.

The poll revealed that Clinton leads Trump among those who have already voted 49 percent to 40 percent. However, Trump is ahead 52 percent to 35 percent, among those who are yet to vote.

Meanwhile, Clinton has a 50 to 37 percent lead among white Democrats yet to vote. She has just a 46 to 43 lead among those who have not.

Among the 18-to-34-year-old voters who have already cast their ballots, the democratic candidate has a 63 to 26 percent lead.

Black voters are expected to represent 21 percent of the Election Day vote. As the race is a close one, even a slight drop-off in black turnout could represent Clinton's margin of defeat.


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