Donald Trump had trailed Clinton in nearly every national poll over the last six weeks.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, September 6, 2016, 10:29 AM
Donald Trump has pulled ahead of Hillary Clinton in a national poll released Tuesday.
Trump is beating the Democratic nominee 45% to 43% in a four-way race, the latest CNN/ORC poll showed. The figures give hope to the GOP candidate’s campaign, which has trailed his counterpart in nearly every national survey over the past six weeks.
Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson got 7% support, while Green Party nominee Jill Stein got 2% in the poll, conducted Sept. 1-4 among 1,0001 registered and likely voters.
Last month’s CNN/ORC poll showed Clinton beating Trump by eight percentage points.
However, another poll out Tuesday, showed Clinton remaining in the lead over Trump by a comfortable margin.
The CNN/ORC poll last month showed Clinton beating Trump by eight percentage points.
That poll, released by NBC/Survey Monkey showed Clinton beating Trump 41%-37% in a four-way race, with Johnson getting 12% support and Stein getting 4%.
In a hypothetical head-to-head race, Clinton held a 48% to 42% edge over Trump.
The NBC/Survey Monkey poll was conducted Aug. 29-Sept. 4 among 32,226 registered voters.