The only way Trump can get the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House is by sweeping North Carolina and Ohio, as well as Florida and Pennsylvania.
Well guess what?
In North Carolina, Clinton gets support from 45% of likely voters, Trump gets 41%, and Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 9%. In a two-way race, Clinton’s lead expands to five points, 48% to 43%.
In the NBC/WSJ/Marist polls released of all four states this month, Trump leads or is tied in just one of them — Ohio, where he leads but just 1 point, which is well within the margin of error.