Donald Trump is led by Hillary Clinton nationwide by 4 percentage points, based on a pair of surveys released before the presidential election on the last day.
ABC News/Washington Post and CBS News surveys out Monday morning show Clinton heading into Election Day with a reasonable lead over Trump in a four-man race among likely voters that features Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
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In the ABC/News Washington Clinton garners 47 percent support, monitoring survey, followed by Trump at Johnson at 4 percent, 43 percent and Stein at 2 percent.
Clinton leads by 10 points among the 36 percent of respondents who said they’ve cast early votes, 53 percent to 43 percent.
Clinton’s lead is by an identical margin in the CBS News survey, in which she tops 45 percent to 41 percent, Trump. Johnson registers at 5 percent, and Stein sits at 2 percent. Four percent are open, and just 5 percent said they could alter their minds.
Almost two thirds of the respondents said they understood who they were voting for before September. September was determined in by eleven percent, 10 percent before in October, 7 percent in the last week, and 5 percent in the previous two weeks.
And a majority of likely voters (55 percent) believe Clinton will win the election.
The ABC News/Washington Post survey of 1,937 likely voters was conducted Nov. 2-5 via landlines and cell phones. It’s a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points. The CBS News survey of 1,426 likely voters was conducted Nov. 2-6 via landlines and cell phones. It’s a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.