The latest poll shows that Virginia is officially too close to call for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
According to data compiled by the University of Mary Washington’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, Clinton currently leads Trump by 3 points among likely voters in Virginia, yet her small lead falls within the poll’s margin of error.
Forty percent of likely voters picked Clinton as their choice of president, and 37 percent selected Trump.
Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson earned eight percent support among likely voters, while “other candidates” and “not sure” got four and nine percent respectively.
The Mary Washington poll surveyed 852 registered voters — 685 of which said they were “likely” to vote in November — from September 6-12.
The results mimic trends in other battleground states. (RELATED: Latest Ohio Poll Brings Good News For Trump Camp)
A poll released Wednesday shows Trump leading Clinton by five points in Ohio.