Clinton has 44 percent support, Trump has 43 percent, and Gary Johnson has 11 percent.
Clinton is favored by Hispanic voters in the state.
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"By crossing the border illegally, they're by definition criminals," Rep. Steve King said.
"I am going to fight to give every Hispanic citizen in this country a better future."
The GOP nominee flubbed a line but turned it into a dig about Clinton's health.
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Ed Rollins said Trump "has a chance" if turns things around quickly.
Charles River Ventures has a blunt message for Donald Trump on its homepage.
Trump's lead among white voters is smaller than Mitt Romney's in 2012.