A raft of new polling data shows the race is a toss-up.
Clinton’s once formidable lead over Trump in national and battleground polls is evaporating.
Only 38 percent of young voters would back Clinton in a four-way race.
Trump leads by 1 point in a five-way match-up, while Clinton leads by 1 head-to-head.
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Hillary Clinton has a smaller lead heading into the crucial month of September.
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Johnson has an 11-point edge among voters 18-34.
The conservative-leaning outlet finds a closer race than most other polls do.
Trump knocked 11 points off of Hillary Clinton's lead in one week.