The lead for U.S. Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton is narrowing in the polls, after the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation announced its resuming its investigation into Clinton’s private server.
According to Real Clear Politics, which averages the results of most major polls, Clinton’s lead over U.S. Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has dropped from 4.6 points to 2.2 points since Friday.
To begin taking a look at the latest numbers, CCTV America’s Nathan King reports.
For a full discussion of the state of the presidential race a week before the ballots are cast:
- Mike Lillis, senior reporter for the political newspaper, “The Hill.”
- Said Arikat, the Washington bureau chief of Al Quds Daily Newspaper
- Hilary Shelton, the director of the Washington bureau of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.