WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is holding on to her six point lead (47% to 41%) over Republican Donald Trump despite the announcement by Federal Bureau of Investigations director James Comey last week that the agency was looking into more emails that could be "pertinent" to the investigation of the private email server Clinton used while she was Secretary of State.
That is according to the latest NBC News/Survey Monkey tracking poll.
That comes despite the finding that 55% of respondents to the poll of likely voters said her alleged mishandling of classified email was an important issue. Forty-four percent said it is more of a distraction.
The survey was conducted online Oct. 24-30 among a national sample of 40,816 likely voters.