Meanwhile, the campaigns continued their early voting push, with Democrats claiming an edge in Nevada and Colorado.
Among them, North Carolina has received as much attention from both campaigns as any - traditional battlegrounds Florida and OH included.
The survey was produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates of NY, N.Y., with sampling, data collection and tabulation by Abt-SRBI of NY, N.Y.
"The vote will be about Hillary Clinton, not her husband", said Ryan Otteson, 33, of Salt Lake City, who's voting for a third-party candidate, conservative independent Evan McMullin.
The survey suggests Mrs Clinton is likely to win 47 per cent of the overall vote, compared to 40 per cent for Mr Trump.
The Bureau had previously ceased investigation regarding Clinton's sharing of classified information via private email servers, concluding in July that her actions did not warrant criminal punishment. Democrats now lead in ballots submitted, 47 per cent to 29 per cent.
In Arizona, where Republican nominees have won all but once since 1952, Clinton has begun a late-game $2-million advertising blitz and tapped into a robust state Democratic organization. In Florida, Republican Sen. This is down from a lead of 5.2 percent observed early Friday, before the Weiner-Abedin news, as reported by the Inquisitr.
Called "Better than Bullying", the plan released Thursday by the Democratic presidential nominee would provide $500 million in new funding to states that develop comprehensive anti-bullying efforts. Results have a margin of sampling error of 3 points, including the design effect.
The FBI announcement was the latest of many surprising developments to roil the presidential race in its closing weeks. The early vote share was 56 percent in 2012, and that number is expected to continue climbing in 2016.
The Peach State doesn't register voters by party, so it's impossible to know whether more Democrats or Republicans have voted. Clinton holds a seven-point edge in MI, according to the Real Clear Politics polling average; she is up 8.5 points in New Mexico, according to Real Clear.
Last spring, Slate's Michelle Goldberg wrote about how surprised she was to find out that her NY neighborhood voted for Clinton when it seemed that all her neighbors were feeling the Bern.
She made no mention of the Federal Bureau of Investigation development at a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Friday, though she warned her supporters, "Anything can happen" in the campaign's closing days.
But at this point in 2012, Democrats led by more than 55,000 votes, or 14.9 points.
Mike Pence says Donald Trump has "made it clear we'll have the resources we need".
Almost 70 per cent of all Nevada ballots were cast early in 2012; Obama won the state by 6 percentage points. Clinton's unfavorable rating is 13 points higher among men than among women, and soars to 79 percent (70 percent strongly unfavorable) among white men who lack a college degree.
But in-person turnout has been strong in Democratic-heavy Clark County, which includes Las Vegas. The Mitten State hasn't voted for a Republican for president since George H.W. Bush in 1988.
Election Day is on November 8. "They've infiltrated our education and institutions to the point where, if we don't win now, we become either a banana republic or a Marxist regime". Trump proposes spending $20 billion in his first year for block grants to states, and directing them to use the money to help millions of elementary school students living in poverty attend the school of their choice.
But Clinton sidestepped a question Wednesday about whether she will meet one-on-one with rival Donald Trump after the November election. They're only about 24 percent today.
The white share of ballots rose a percentage point to 66 per cent.
Nearly 680,000 people have already voted in the battleground state of Ohio. "What are we even having it for?" the Republican said at a Thursday night rally in Ohio. The press, including Matthews, had displayed brutally sexist attitudes toward Clinton in the days leading up to the vote, and that may have made women angry enough that they came out in greater numbers than usual, perhaps even prompting some to switch their votes in order to send a message.