The Democratic and Republican candidates are essentially tied in Florida, according to a second poll.
The poll has a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 3 percentage points for the total sample and 4 percentage points for the women voters.
"As Trump's controversies last week and the week before move farther into the rearview mirror, Republicans are expressing greater likelihood to participate: Eighty-one percent of registered Republicans now are likely voters, up from 75 percent a week ago", the pollsters found.
In the same vein, when asked whether it's important for news organizations to be free to criticize candidates, 72% of Clinton voters said yes but only 49% of Trump voters agreed.
It was a massive momentum gained by Trump in the past few months of the campaign election coming from a double-digit difference from his opponent.
"I know that we've got to keep our foot on the gas.Donald Trump says he can still win, and you know, he's right.Anything can happen in an election", Clinton told her supporters at Cedar Rapids in Iowa, soon after the Federal Bureau of Investigation said that it has re-opened the case against her email gate. Just 2 percent of likely voters who back Clinton and expect her to win say their prediction is giving them less motivation to vote.
Donald Trump has repeated it so much it's nearly part of his stump speech: He's going to put $100 million of his own money into his campaign before Election Day. However, the poll sampled registered voters rather than likely voters. Clinton has led Trump among women over the last two months, though the size of her advantage has varied widely from 1 point to 11 points.
Referring to the FBI's decision, he said the system might be as rigged as he had been alleging for the past several months.
The poll was conducted from October 21-23, and had a sample of 1,023 likely voters.
Because the poll is conducted online and individuals self-select to participate, a margin of error can not be calculated.