Donald Trump is still in the hunt.

While Hillary Clinton remains consistently ahead of Trump in national, election-eve polling — the race is closer in the most populous battleground states, where Trump could still spring an upset.

Six major national polls released on Monday show Clinton with a lead ranging between 3 and 6 points — an even more significant advantage than President Barack Obama enjoyed going into the final day of his 2012 re-election campaign.

But new surveys in Florida and North Carolina show the race for those states’ combined 44 electoral votes on a knife’s edge, suggesting that Clinton has not locked down an Electoral College majority despite her national advantage.

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