As both presidential candidates race for the finish line with only 12 days left before the U.S. presidential election, a string of new polls taken after the final debate on October 19th shows Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton maintaining her lead over Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
According to the latest Real Clear Politics average of major national polls, taken from October 15 to October 26th, Clinton has a 5.4 percent average lead over Trump (48.6 percent to 43.2 percent).
Clinton also leads with the Real Clear Politics state match up in the battle for the White House where Clinton is seen having 252 likely electoral college wins to Trump’s 126 with 160 toss ups still hanging in the balance.
There are 270 electoral votes needed to win.
Latest Election Poll Results From Real Clear Politics
On Thursday a new ABC tracker poll shows Clinton leading Trump by + 6 points (48 percent to 42 percent) in the 4 way race that also includes the other presidential candidates Johnson and Stein.
Another IBD/TIPP tracking poll released on Thursday shows Clinton ahead of Trump ahead by + 2 points (43 percent to 41 percent) in the 4 way race.
An LA Times/USC tracker released on Thursday shows Clinton and Trump tied at 45 percent.
On Wednesday a Fox News poll has Clinton leading Trump by + 3 points (44 to 41 percent) in the 4 way race.
A Reuters poll released on Wednesday has Clinton up by + 4 over Trump (42 percent to 38 percent) in the 4 way race.
A USA Today/Suffolk poll on Wednesday shows Clinton up by +9 points over Trump (47 percent to 38 percent) in the 4 way race.
An Associated Press/Gfk poll on Wednesday shows Clinton up by + 14 points over Trump (51 percent to 37 percent) in the 4 way race that includes Johnson and Stein.