A tracking poll put together by ABC and The Washington Post put Trump within two points of his opponent on Saturday morning. Clinton had 47 per cent of the vote over Trump’s 45.
Trump wipes out Clinton’s 12 point lead as she loses steam in polls carried out BEFORE the FBI announced it was reopening emails investigation
- Donald Trump had 45 per cent of the vote to Clinton’s 47 on Saturday
- Last week she led 50-38 in the same poll by ABC and The Washington Post
- Came before James Comey’s announcement he was reviving emails probe
- Trump has been celebrating the timing of the revelation since Friday
Donald Trump has wiped out Hillary Clinton’s comfortable lead, with the Democratic candidate dropping in the polls just 11 days before the election.
Clinton now leads by just two points with 47 per cent to Trump’s 45 according to the poll put together by ABC and The Washington Post.
At the start of the week, she held a comfortable advantage over her opponent with 50 to his 38.
By Monday she had slipped one point to 49 per cent while Trump rose two to 40.
A triumphant Trump was full of smiles on Saturday as he closed in on Clinton in the polls with 45 per cent of the vote to her 47, a five point drop in her lead from a week ago
They inched closer again on Tuesday and again until Wednesday when they were only four points apart. Her lead halved again on Thursday, separating the pair by only two points.