Trump takes 1-point lead in national poll
Enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton has dropped following James Comey’s breaking FBI protocol by revealing that more emails have to be examined. Never mind that there is no information about the relevance of these emails to the Clinton investigation.
While vote preferences have held essentially steady, she’s now a slim point behind Donald Trump — a first since May — in the latest ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates.
In the latest results, 46 percent of likely voters support Trump, and 45 percent are for Clinton. With the data taken to a decimal place for illustrative purposes, a mere 0.7 of a percentage point divides them.