Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by two-points, 43 percent to 41 percent, as per the IBD/TIPP Presidential tracking poll.
Investor’s Business Daily reports this is Trump’s greatest lead in the IBD/TIPP Presidential following survey.
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson received six percent in the survey, while Green Party competitor Jill Stein got two percent.
Trump’s two-point lead comes after FBI Director James Comey reported on Sunday that the FBI did not discover any data that would change the choice issued in July when the FBI declared it would not prescribe arraignment against Clinton for her utilization of a private email server during her time as secretary of state.
The survey studied 1,026 likely voters — including 322 Republicans, 319 Democrats, and 344 Independents. The results have a 3.1 percent margin of error.
The IDB/TIPP following survey has been exact, predicting President Obama would beat Mitt Romney in 2012 by 1.6 points. Obama did in certainty beat Romney, yet by 3.9 percent.
As per Investor’s Business Daily, “Looking at the last three elections, IBD/TIPP has been the most accurate of 11 national polls.”