With one week remaining until Election Day, Donald Trump now leadsHillary Clinton by 4 points in a new poll of U.S. adults, according to a Los Angeles Times/USC poll conducted Oct. 31.
The Republican nominee received 47 percent of respondents' support, while the Democratic candidate fielded 43 percent. It's the second poll of the day showing Trump with an advantage over Clinton, following weeks of surveys that showed the former secretary of state outperforming the billionaire businessman.
Trump topped Clinton, 46 percent to 45 percent, in the Washington Post/ABC News presidential tracking poll. While it is within the margin of error, it's a significant boost to his campaign after weeks of trailing the Democrat and the first time he has led her in the survey since tracking started in June.