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Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton in new Ohio poll


Republican Donald Trump is leading Democrat Hillary Clinton by four points in the newest poll out of Ohio.

CNN has Trump at 48 percent and Clinton at 44 percent.

The poll was taken Oct. 10-15. The poll shows libertarian Gary Johnson at 4 percent in Ohio.

The poll finds women in Ohio evenly split, 48 percent for Clinton and 45 percent for Trump. Trump wins easily in Ohio among men, 52-39 percent.

Married women in Ohio break for Trump 54 percent to 40 percent for Clinton, according to CNN.

Get more details on the poll here.


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