A poll released on Sunday shows that at least 30 percent of likely voters say they’re now less inclined to vote for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton after the FBI said on Friday it is reviewing newly found emails that could be related to her time as secretary of state.

An ABC/Washington Post tracking poll was conducted from Tuesday to Friday, meaning that the survey’s 1,781 respondents could only be asked on the final day—the same day revelations about the emails came out. The new survey found that about 34 percent of respondents were “less likely” to vote for Clinton.

The poll found that she leads Republican candidate Donald Trump by 1 percentage point, showing Clinton at 46 percent and Trump at 45 percent.

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