ABC News/Washington Post Tracking Poll: Donald Trump Tied With Hillary Clinton

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally at the W.L. Zorn Arena November 1, 2016 in Altoona, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who ran against Trump for the Republican nomination and eventually dropped out, introduced Trump and praised him. (Photo by
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is now tied with Hillary Clinton at 46 percent among likely voters, according to the latest ABC News/Washington Post national tracking poll.

Yesterday Trump led Clinton in the poll with 46 percent, but the Democratic nominee’s support has now ticked up one percent to match her opponent. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson has three percent support and Jill Stein only has two percent.

According to the poll, Clinton’s honest and trustworthy ratings have fallen 10 points since her high of 48 percent early August. Only 38 percent now believe that she is honest and trustworthy while Trump is at 46 percent.

Trump also leads Clinton in enthusiasm. Fifty-two percent of Trump supporters are very enthusiastic while only 46 percent of Clinton’s voters feel the same way.

The ABC News/Washington Post poll was conducted Oct. 28-31, 2016 among a random national sample of 1,182 likely voters with a margin of sampling error of 3 points. Partisan divisions are 37-29-29 percent, Democrats-Republicans-independents.