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>> Any reaction to the FBI investigation?>> Friday's news about the FBI again looking in to Hillary Clinton's emails greeted by Donald Trump with glee, and perhaps relief. The latest Reuters Ipsos poll showing the Republican needs to find some way of turning this race around. The survey, completed just before the FBI news broke, showing Clinton expanding her lead to around six percentage points nationally.
And when you dig into the numbers, the results for Trump aren't pretty. Reuters Polling Editor Chris Khan.>> One of the biggest reasons for why Hilary Clinton has expanded her lead is that she has gained some ground with women in general, and also with white women in particular.
This is a group that Republicans tend to do very well in. And with both women, in general, and white women, we've seen a move away from Donald Trump and more towards Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton leads in this group of all women voters by about ten percentage points now.
She had led by about three percentage points last week. Donald Trump still leads among white women. But that lead has really narrowed over the past week. Other major groups that Republicans tend to do well in, one big one is white, college-educated men. This is a group that Mitt Romney in 2012 did extremely well with.
Right now we're seeing Hillary Clinton actually leading with white, college-educated men, so that is a group the Republicans usually expect to get on Election Day. Right now, Hilary Clinton also ahead.>> But the poll also show both candidates remain highly unpopular and between a quarter and a fifth of likely voters aren't ready to commit to either Trump or Clinton when asked.
These are likely voters, but we don't know how they're going to vote on Election Day and that means anything can happen