With Election Day less than two weeks away, Hillary Clinton holds a strong lead in the race for Michigan's 16 electoral votes.
She leads a head-to-head race against Republican nominee Donald Trump by 8 points and a four-way match up by 7 points.
That's according to a new poll commissioned by 6 News and media partners across the state. The EPIC MRA poll of 600 "active and likely" voters was taken between October 22-24 and has a margin of error of +/-4%.
In the one-on-one race, Clinton leads 45% to 37%. Her lead is slightly less than a survey taken three weeks ago, when Clinton lead 46% to 36%.
Two percent named Libertarian Gary Johnson and one percent named Green Party nominee Jill Stein, even though their names weren't offered as options.
More than 1 out of every 7 voters (15%) either said they were undecided or refused to say who they'd support.
When Johnson and Stein are listed as options in the race, the numbers break down this way:
- Clinton - 41%
- Trump - 34%
- Johnson - 9%
- Stein - 3%
When compared to the survey taken three weeks ago, Clinton lost two points and Trump gained two. Johnson dropped a point and Stein remained steady.
That means 13% of Michigan voters are undecided, plan to vote for someone else, or refused to say who they're voting for.
That could be because most voters still don't have a favorable opinion of either candidate.
Only 40% of the people polled have a favorable view of Clinton. More than half (53%) have a unfavorable of her.
Trump's scores are even worse. Less than a third (32%) of voters view him favorably, while 61% take a dim view of him.
Clinton's numbers are largely unchanged from the last poll (40-52), while Trump's numbers improved slightly from earlier this month (27-66).
Stay tuned to 6 News for continuing coverage of the race. We'll also continue to break down the poll numbers throughout the day.
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