With two days to go before the election, Democrat Hillary Clinton is leading her Republican rival Donald Trump with Arizona’s 11 Electorial votes still up for grabs.
In the final NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, Clinton holds a four-point lead over Trump, 44-40 of likely voters in a four-way race. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is getting six percent support and the Green Party’s Jill Stein is getting two percent of support.
However, in a two-way race, Clinton holds a 48-43 lead among likely voters.
Clinton’s lead is down from an 11-point advantage she had in mid-October and comes after FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to Congress saying the FBI has learned of the existence of emails in its investigation of her.
Meanwhile, Clinton is holding a five-point lead over Trump in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll where 48 percent of likely voters say they support Clinton compared to 43 supporting Trump.
The poll also has Arizona along with Florida, Georgia North Carolina, and New Hampshire as toss-ups with Clinton leading in solid to leaning Democratic states and Trump having similar leads in solid to leaning GOP states.
Clinton holds leads among non-white women (85-9 percent) and college-educated white women (54-38). Among millennial men, the split between the two candidates is equal at 39 percent with 14 supporting Johnson. However, Clinton holds a wide lead of 62-27 among millennial women.
In the NBC/WSJ poll, Clinton has a 58-38 lead among women, 86-7 lead among African-Americans and a 65-20 lead among latinos. While Trump leads among men 47-42, seniors 49-42 and whites 53-38.