(The Hill) A Monmouth University survey released Wednesday found the Democratic presidential nominee taking 44 percent support among likely voters, with Trump at 42 percent. Six percent of voters said they're undecided, and Libertarian Gary Johnson took 5 percent support in the poll.
Clinton's lead is slightly down from August, when she led by 4 points in the same poll.
Monmouth's survey finds Clinton doing better in Ohio than other polls have found.
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Trump has a 3.4 point advantage in the RealClearPolitics average of Ohio, with seven of the last eight polls of the state showing the GOP nominee with a slim edge.