Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seem to be going head to head in New Hampshire as the race is extremely tight over there.
A poll was released by Suffolk University on Thursday and the polls show that Hillary Clinton is ahead of Donald Trump by 2 points.
This is however considered insignificant because the poll had a margin of error of 4.4 percentage points. In the four-way race: the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton is at 44 percent, while Republican Donald Trump is at 42 percent, Libertarian Gary Johnson is at 5 percent while Green Party candidate Jill Stein is at 1 percent.
Granite State respondents view both Hillary and Trump unfavorably, 43 percent view Clinton favorably and 49 percent see her unfavorably, compared to just 36 percent who have a favorable opinion of Trump and 57 percent who have a negative opinion of him.
Nationally, Clinton has a strong advantage over Trump among women, leading him 51 percent to 35 percent. Men prefer Trump by almost as large a margin, 49 percent to 36 percent.
Trump has the backing of the National Rifle Association and is strongly favored by those whose households include at least one gun owner, 53 percent to 33 percent, while Clinton, who has made gun violence measures a key part of her campaign, is favored 54 percent to 32 percent by those who do not own a gun or live with someone who does.
The Suffolk poll finds the presidential race closer in New Hampshire than other recent surveys of the state, where Clinton holds a 5-point edge in the RealClearPolitics average of the four-way race.