Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump inched past Democratic contender Hillary Clinton by one point in an ABC News/Washington Post poll released on Tuesday.
The survey was released following the renewal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's probe into her use of a private email server when was secretary of state.
The poll shows 46% of support for Trump narrowly surpassing the 45% of Clinton's as of October 30. The poll's latest results represent the first time Clinton has failed to garner the leading percentage of support over Trump.
A random national sample of 1,128 likely voters participated in the poll conducted between October 27 and 30.