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Few hours to elections as Clinton and Trump try to attract swing-states

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton led Republican Donald Trump by 4 percentage points in an Economist YouGov opinion poll

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are both struggling in the last hours before the presidential elections, trying to get as much votes as they can in the swing-states.

Clinton led Trump by 4 percentage points in an Economist YouGov opinion poll of likely voters released on Monday, one day before the election.

The poll of 3,677 likely voters, conducted from Friday to Monday, showed Clinton with 45 percent support and Trump with 41 percent support in a four-way race, Economist-YouGov said in a release. The poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 1.7 percentage points

ABC News and Washington Post post-debate polls done on 1763 voters, show that 47% of the Americans will vote for Hillary, while 43% for Trump.

In another poll published on Bloomberg Politics Selzer and Co, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by three percentage points.

(With Reuters)