Poll: Trump up by 2 points in Florida
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Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDC board rejects Trump Hotel effort to dismiss complaint seeking removal of liquor license on basis of Trump's 'character' DC board rejects Trump Hotel effort to dismiss complaint seeking removal of liquor license on basis of Trump's 'character' Mexico's immigration chief resigns amid US pressure over migrants MORE holds a slight edge over Democrat Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonYoung Turks founder says Democrats should avoid repeat of 2016 and pick a progressive Young Turks founder says Democrats should avoid repeat of 2016 and pick a progressive Trump highlights polls that showed Clinton beating him by double digits MORE in the key battleground state of Florida, according to the latest Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday.

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Trump is backed by 45 percent of registered voters in a four-way race, while Clinton is at 43 percent. Trump holds a 1-point lead over Clinton in a head-to-head match-up.

Pollsters also found Trump is leading Clinton among likely independent voters in the Sunshine State. Trump has 43 percent support from that bloc, while Clinton has 41 percent. When third-party candidates are included, Trump's lead among independent voters increases by 1 point, while Clinton drops 4 points.

Clinton leads Trump by 2 points, 47 to 45 percent, according to the RealClearPolitics average of Florida polls.

As for the state's Senate race, Republican incumbent Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioThe Hill's Morning Report — Uproar after Trump's defense of foreign dirt on candidates The Hill's Morning Report — Uproar after Trump's defense of foreign dirt on candidates Trump puts GOP in tough spot with remarks on foreign 'dirt' MORE holds a significant 10-point lead over his Democratic opponent, Rep. Patrick Murphy. The Bloomberg survey has Rubio performing better than other recent polls. The Florida senator currently holds a 3.5 point lead over Murphy in the RealClearPolitics state polling average.

The Bloomberg survey, conducted Oct. 21–24, sampled 953 registered Florida voters. It has a margin of error of 3.2 percentage points.