A new statewide poll by ABC 27/Susquehanna Polling & Research shows Hillary Clinton’s lead has decreased two points against Donald Trump in Pennsylvania among likely voters.
The survey indicates 45 percent of likely voters favor Clinton while 43 percent like Donald Trump.
Five percent of those surveyed are still undecided.
Clinton’s lead in the race is two points smaller than it was in a similar poll three weeks ago.
A huge shift in the U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania has Democratic challenger Katie McGinty now leading Republican incumbent Sen. Pat Toomey by 6 percentage points.
McGinty is favored by 47 percent of voters compared to 41 percent for Toomey.
Three weeks ago, Toomey held a 4-point advantage over McGinty.
In this race, 7 percent of voters say they are still undecided.