Poll: Trump, Clinton tied for Ohio

At the height of the fourth day of the RNC, a Suffolk University poll shows Clinton and Trump deadlocked in the swing state.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

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A poll conducted from July 18-20 shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tied for Ohio's 18 electoral votes.

The poll, conducted by Suffolk University, surveyed 500 people, and indicates the candidates are tied at 44 percent.

11 percent of Ohio voters are undecided.

A follow-up question, which included the Libertarian party and Green party nominees, gave Clinton a slight edge: 42 percent to 38 percent.

That still lies within the poll's 4.4 percent margin of error, though, leaving them even.

The biggest gap lay in the final elections: 53 percent of voters expect Clinton to win the election, compared to Trump's paltry 32 percent.

Clinton, however, does have what to worry about: 9 percent of her supporters said they may swing over to Trump, while only 1 percent of Trump supporters would consider voting for Clinton.