Donald Trump has taken the lead on Hillary Clinton in a poll in which he trailed by 12 points a little more than a week ago. 

The ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll gives Trump a 46% to 45% lead on Clinton, who led the survey 50% to 38% on Oct. 23.

Gary Johnson fell to a new low of 3% in the newest survey, with Jill Stein at 2%.

Notably, 53% of Trump's supporters said they were "very enthusiastic" about their choice, compared to 43% of Clinton voters. The poll was conducted from Thursday-Sunday and has a three-point margin of error.

FBI Director James Comey revealed on Friday that he was reopening the investigation into Clinton's private email server in light of new information.

Meantime, the Fox News Electoral Scorecard has also been adjusted in Trump's favor. The prediction map now gives Clinton 287 electoral votes to 174 for Trump. 

Florida and Nevada were changed from "lean Dem" to "toss-up" states while North Carolina is now seen as a "lean Dem" instead of "toss-up."

Watch the Happening Now discussion above.


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