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Donald Trump found himself ahead in three national polls Friday morning.
The Republican presidential nominee held a lead of 1 point in the Investors Business Daily/TIPP tracking poll over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in a four-way race that included Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein. Trump led Clinton 41% to 40% in the poll.
Trump also held a 2-point lead in the right-leaning Rasmussen poll, also in a four-way race, in which he had a 43% to 41% edge over Clinton.
And in a two-way race, the Los Angeles Times/USC tracking poll found him up 45% to 44% over the former secretary of state.
Trump has traditionally fared better in those three polls than in others conducted during the cycle.
And in Business Insider’s latest electoral map projection, Clinton has enough electoral votes to secure the presidency.