North Carolina presidential race:
Trump has flipped the gender gap in recent weeks, cutting Clinton’s 12-point lead among women down to 7% while widening his dominance among male voters from 9 to 23%. He also has erased her lead among voters 50 and older, moving from a 5% deficit to an 11% advantage, while maintaining his slight lead among voters ages 18 to 49.
Clinton’s sizable lead in North Carolina’s metro areas also has eroded since early October. Her 64 to 27% lead among urban voters three weeks ago is down to 53 to 43%, and her 9% lead in the suburbs is now a 2% deficit. Meanwhile, Trump has extended his lead among rural voters from 18 to 26%.
Donald Trump: 51%
Hillary Clinton: 44%