American presidential elections are held next Tuesday
The Republican candidate for the White House, Donald Trump, has a lead of one percentage point over the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, in a survey released today by the Washington Post and ABC television.
A week before the presidential elections of November 08, Trump has 46% of voting intentions and Clinton 45% in an elaborate survey of 27 to 30 October, with a sample of 1,128 voters.
This is the first time since May, the millionaire Republican candidate exceeds your opponent in this survey regularly published by The Washington Post and ABC television.
This poll published today comes after the FBI announced it will further investigate the use of a private email address by Hillary when he was Secretary of State, a post he held between 2009 and 2013.
Last week, Clinton was leading with 46%, one more than Trump, this survey, which reached to 12 points ahead of former Secretary of State for Trump (50% vs. 38%).
Today, Hillary Clinton returns to Florida with three acts campaign, the next day will have the support of the Vice President, Joe Biden, and Thursday will be the very President of the United States, Barack Obama, to travel to the state to support Hillary Clinton.
Trump, in turn, will on Wednesday take part in a campaign of action aimed at Latino Miami, essential to ensure victory in the state.
Trump needs to win in Florida, representing 29 electoral votes, to be able to aspire to victory in the presidential, because according to the Real Clear Politics, Trump currently has 164 votes of the 270 needed to win, while Clinton now has 263.