ATLANTA — A new presidential poll conducted for Channel 2 Action News shows Hillary Clinton narrowing the gap on Donald Trump in Georgia just days before the election.
The Landmark/Rosetta Stone poll of likely Georgia voters found that 48 percent would vote for Republican Donald Trump and 46 percent would vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The results are within the poll's 3.1 percent margin of error.
The poll conducted on Nov. 2 and Nov. 3 indicates less than 3 percent of Georgians remain undecided headed into the general election.
Landmark Communications President Mark Roundtree told Channel 2’s Craig Lucie that polls in Georgia are not shifting like other states, because Trump has maintained a steady lead in the state for several months.
The poll also found just 4 percent of voters are backing Libertarian Gary Johnson.
The poll also asked voters who they would choose in the U.S. Senate race. Incumbent Republican Johnny Isakson holds a 10 point lead over Democrat Jim Barksdale. But Isakson's 49.6 percent may not be enough to avoid a runoff in the race. He must get 50 percent plus 1 vote to win on election night.