(NOLA) — Democrat Hillary Clinton led Republican Donald Trump 43-38 percent in the first tracking poll since their record-setting televised presidential debate Monday (Sept. 26). Clinton's advantage grew slightly, but only because Trump dropped a percentage point. Clinton's support remained unchanged.
That's according to The Times-Picayune/Lucid Presidential Tracker, a non-probability survey based on more than 400 likely voters responding online each day. The results are based on a rolling, three-day weighted average. Likely voters are defined as those who self-identify as being registered to vote and who say they are likely to vote Nov. 8.
The results, released Wednesday, indicate the nationwide race is still deadlocked.
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