Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied in the Los Angeles Times daily tracking poll, according to Sunday’s results.
Trump holds a slight lead at 44.4 percent, with Clinton at 44.1 percent.
Trump’s warnings about a rigged election appear to be having an effect: Despite leading in the poll, only 37.5 percent believe he will win, while 56.8 percent expect Clinton to win.
Asked if they intend to vote, 86.1 percent supporting Clinton say they plan to vote, along with 85.7 percent who support Trump.
The L.A. Times questioned 3,028 registered voters for the Oct. 23 results. Pollsters survey roughly 3,000 eligible voters every day about the presidential race to track the country’s political pulse.