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Trump has the support of 40% likely voters and Clinton is at 39% in the Granite State

GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte is leading Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan 51% to 45% for the available Senate seat

(CNN) —  

Donald Trump is neck-and-neck against Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, according to a new poll released Thursday.

According to the WBUR poll, Trump led Clinton 40% to 39% among likely New Hampshire voters. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson is at 10%, Green Party nominee Jill Stein is at 3%, and 4% refused to answer or said they were undecided.

In the last WBUR survey released October 14, Clinton was beating Trump by 3 percentage points, 41% to 38%.

Trump, Clinton battle for New Hampshire

Additionally, 70% of the likely voters surveyed said Clinton is not trustworthy, while 27% said she is. For Trump, 60% said he is not trustworthy while 36% said he is.

In the competitive Senate race in the Granite State, incumbent GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte is leading Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan 51% to 45% to keep her seat. And for the gubernatorial race, Republican Chris Sununu has a 5-point edge over Democrat Colin Van Ostern – 49% to 44%.

This poll surveyed 500 likely voters between October 29-November 1 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.