Poll: Clinton edges Trump in deep-red Arizona
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A new survey says Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonImpeachment? Not so fast without missing element of criminal intent Former Bush assistant: Mueller report makes Obama look 'just plain bad' Seth Rich's brother calls for those pushing conspiracy to 'take responsibility' MORE has edged ahead of White House rival Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpImpeachment? Not so fast without missing element of criminal intent Feds say marijuana ties could prevent immigrants from getting US citizenship Trump approval drops to 2019 low after Mueller report's release: poll MORE in deep-red Arizona, a state the Democratic nominee for president has only carried once in the last 64 years.

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A poll from Data Orbital released on Friday finds Clinton (D) with 43 percent support among likely voters and Trump (R) with 42 percent — within the survey's margin of error. Six percent say they’re undecided, and 5 percent support Libertarian nominee Gary JohnsonGary Earl JohnsonPotential GOP primary challenger: Trump's 'contempt for the American people' behind possible bid The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by Kidney Care Partners — Trump escalates border fight with emergency declaration Former Mass. governor takes step toward Trump primary challenge MORE.

That’s in line with other recent polls of Arizona showing the state is a toss-up with 25 days to go until the election.

Trump still holds a 1-point edge in the RealClearPolitics average of state polls, but the only other survey from October, an Emerson University poll released last week, found Clinton ahead by 2 points.

Nationally, Clinton has pulled away from Trump, and she leads in most of the battleground states that will determine the outcome of the election.

Republicans are bracing against a further collapse in the polls for Trump, fearing it could put several traditionally red states in play, such as Arizona, Utah and Georgia.

The Data Orbital survey of 550 likely voters in Arizona was conducted between Oct. 11 and Oct. 12 and has a 4 percentage point margin of error.