>> She's under multiple criminal->> Tightening in crucial swing states making the race to the White House even more of a nail biter. Reuters/Ipsos State of the Nation poll now showing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a dead heat in Florida and North Carolina. With Clinton's lead in Michigan, a state once looking solidly blue, now too close to call.
While Clinton remains the odds-on favorite, Trump now showing a plausible route to victory, especially if fewer African Americans turn out than they did in 2012. Still, he must take both Florida and North Carolina to have a good chance of winning. Clinton could lose both states and still emerge the victor.
Ohio, another crucial swing state, could still tip either way. With Pennsylvania leaning towards Clinton. The States of the Nation project surveys 15,000 people every week in all 50 states and Washington DC. Most respondents were polled after last Friday's statement from the FBI that it was examining newly discovered emails that might pertain to Clinton's use of a private email server.
While the FBI has made no comment since then, support for Trump has grown in 24 states and has shrunk in 11. While Clinton's support grew in 13 states and narrowed in 12.>> Lttle information right before an election.