CBS News reports:
With just one day left in the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton holds a four-point lead over Donald Trump nationally, 45 percent – 41 percent — similar to last week. Few voters say their minds could change. Trump leads among white men, whites without a college degree, and seniors. Clinton leads among women, African-Americans and younger voters, and she has an edge among whites with a college degree.
Clinton voters are more likely to strongly favor their candidate than Trump voters, while Trump voters are slightly more likely than Clinton voters to cast their vote because they dislike the other candidates. Hillary Clinton has now closed the enthusiasm gap – her voters are now slightly more likely to say they are very enthusiastic about voting than Donald Trump’s voters. This is a shift from last week, when Trump voters had the edge on enthusiasm.
Slightly more Trump voters (24 percent) than Clinton voters (20 percent) now say they are supporting Trump because they dislike the other candidates, and more Clinton voters strongly favor their candidate. Nearly all the interviews for this poll were conducted before FBI Director James Comey issued a statement Sunday afternoon saying no new actions were warranted against Clinton based on the newly discovered emails.