Though Clinton faces no criminal charges, questions surrounding her private email use seemed to negatively impact her poll numbers, with the former secretary losing ground with voters on questions of honesty and trustworthiness: In all three states, voters found Trump more "honest and trustworthy".
Donald Trump is ahead of Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania in a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
The NBC/WSJ/Marist polls were conducted July 5-10 of 822 registered voters in Iowa (which has a margin of error of plus-minus 3.4 percentage points), 848 registered voters in OH (plus-minus 3.4 percentage points) and 829 registered voters in Pennsylvania (plus-minus 3.4 percentage points).
Both candidates are upside down in Florida with 59 percent seeing Clinton as unfavorable and 54 percent viewing Trump as unfavorable. The most recent version of the poll shows Trump leading Clinton, 42 percent to 39 percent.
Clinton got better marks on who was better prepared to be president, with 53 percent choosing her and 37 percent Trump.
Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that the Republican Party of Abraham Lincoln has been transformed into "the party of Trump", declaring her GOP presidential opponent a polarizing figure who is deepening the divisions in America.
"In Florida, Donald Trump is getting only 21 percent of the non-white vote", Brown said. Clinton led most of the national online polls this year, according to Reuters.
All the races remain within the margin for error.
In the two other states polled, OH and Pennsylvania, Clinton and Trump are in as tight a race as other pollsters have documented.
The scary thing is, after all the lying, deceit and email scrubbing, Hillary still has a lead over Donald Trump.
Trump and some of his family members visited with Mike Pence Wednesday morning, just one day after the two campaigned together.
Clinton, meanwhile, has been dogged by criticisms of how she handled classified information as secretary of state.
Clinton said the nation, including herself, needs to listen more rather than fueling political and other divisions after the high-profile shootings in Texas, Louisiana and Minnesota. Trump also leads by a margin of 41 percent to 36 percent when Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are added to the mix.