Donald Trump is ahead of Hillary Clinton in two key battleground states, according to polls released Wednesday.
The Republican nominee is enjoying a 5-point lead in Ohio in a new poll. In a head-to-head matchup between Clinton and Trump, he led 48%-43%. Six percent said they wouldn’t vote or would vote for someone else, and 3% were undecided.The margin remained the same when third-party candidates were added. Trump had 44%, Clinton had 39%, Libertarian Gary Johnson had 10% and Green Party candidate Jill Stein had 3%. In that case, just 1% said they wouldn’t vote or had another person in mind and 4% said they were not sure.It is one of the only recent polls that has Trump ahead in the state. Most recent polling has Clinton up between 4 and 7 points.