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Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump 44 to 42 percent in a new national Fox News poll.

Third party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein are in single digits, at six and two percent respectively.

In the head-to-head matchup, Clinton tops Trump by 48 to 44 percent.

"I think it's pretty clear that Clinton has a slight edge here," Republican pollster Daron Shaw told "Still, Trump is very much within striking distance largely because his backers are more enthusiastic, and also Johnson and Stein are drawing more support from voters who might otherwise lean toward Clinton."

"After the first debate it looked like Clinton might take a meaningful lead,” said Democratic pollster Chris Anderson, who conducts the Fox News poll along with Shaw.  “That hasn’t happened, probably because so many voters view her unfavorably personally.  But unless Trump can close the gap on perceptions of temperament and judgment, he remains at a distinct disadvantage in a close race."

Watch Bret Baier's report above, and read the full poll.

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