Hillary Clinton has a slight edge over Donald Trump in latest polls

Voting booths are ready for voters at an early voting site in the Supervisor of Elections office on October 24, 2016 in Bradenton, Florida.
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Booths were prepared for early voters in Bradenton, Fla., last month.

As Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton — plus their surrogates — blitz the nation for one final push, major national polls have tightened less than 24 hours before Election Day.

Clinton continues to lead most of the polls as of Monday, but her lead shrank considerably.

Pollsters surveyed thousands of respondents within the last five days, including Sunday’s announcement from FBI Director James Comey that the newly discovered e-mails did not change his recommendation that Clinton should not be charged for her handling of classified information.


Neither Libertarian Gary Johnson nor the Green Party’s Jill Stein breached the double digits in the polls.

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Here’s a look at where things stand:

Clinton Trump Margin of error
CBS/New York Times 45 413
ABC/Washington Post 47 43 2.5
NBC/Wall Street Journal 44 40 2.73
Fox News 48 44 2.5

Nicole Hernandez can be reached at nicole.hernandez@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @NRHSJax.

This story has been updated to include the margin of error of each poll.