Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Arizona today, but a new poll of the state released by CNN shows that Trump is leading the state comfortably.
Trump now leads Clinton by 5 points in Arizona among likely voters with 49 percent of the vote. Clinton earns 44 percent while Gary Johnson as slipped down to 5 percent. Green Party candidate Jill Stein has one percent.
Trump is also leading comfortably in Nevada, as the CNN poll there shows him ahead by six points. Forty-nine percent of likely voters support Trump while only 43 percent support Clinton.
Nevada went for President Obama in both 2008 and in 2012.
The CNN/ORC polls were conducted Oct. 27-Nov. 1. Results reflect interviews with 867 registered voters and 769 likely voters in Arizona, 860 registered voters and 790 likely voters in Nevada.