Poll: Trump leads Clinton in Ohio, Florida
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Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGOP lawmakers preparing to vote on bill allowing migrant children to be detained longer than 20 days: report Wasserman Schultz: Infants separated from their parents are in Florida immigrant shelters Ex-White House ethics chief: Sarah Sanders tweet violates ethics laws MORE is leading Democrat Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonColorado governor teases possible presidential run Mueller asks judge for September sentencing for Papadopoulos House Judiciary Committee subpoenas FBI agent who sent anti-Trump texts MORE in both Ohio and Florida, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday.

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In Ohio, the GOP nominee has a 5-point lead over Clinton.

Trump is favored by 46 percent of likely voters in Ohio and Clinton is backed by 41 percent. Libertarian nominee Gary JohnsonGary Earl JohnsonWithout ranked voting, Pennsylvania's slim margins hide voters' preferences If weed is no longer a crime, why are people still behind bars? Gary Johnson: Trump admin marijuana policy shift could cost him reelection MORE has the support of 8 percent of likely voters and Green Party nominee Jill Stein is backed by 2 percent.

In Florida, the GOP nominee has a 3-point lead over Clinton, 47 to 44 percent. Johnson garners 6 percent support among likely voters and Stein has 1 percent support.

Among registered voters, Clinton leads Trump in Florida by 1-point 45 to 44. Trump still maintains his lead in Ohio among registered voters, 43 to 39 percent.

Trump leads among white voters and among whites with college degrees in both states and Clinton leads among non-white voters.

The GOP nominee leads Clinton by 8 points among independent voters likely to vote in Ohio and by 10 points among independent voters in Florida.

In Ohio, Clinton and Trump both have low favorability ratings.

Clinton is viewed favorably by just 36 percent of registered voters in Ohio. Trump is viewed positively by 41 percent of voters in the state. Clinton also falls behind Trump on the question of which candidate is more honest and trustworthy.

The polls were conducted from Sept. 7-12. The Florida poll included 1,003 adults, including 788 who are likely to vote. The Ohio poll included 1,006 adults including 769 likely voters. The margin of error for likely voters is 3.5 points.