The 2016 race for the White House seems to be narrowing.
A new poll by McClatchy-Marist shows Democrat Hillary Clinton's lead over Republican Donald Trump has dropped to just 3 points.
The poll has Clinton leading Trump 42 to 39 percent. Among independents the race is almost a virtual tie: 36 percent for Clinton, 33 percent for Trump and 23 percent undecided.
In a four-candidate race, Clinton comes in at 40 percent, Trump at 35 percent, Libertarian Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 5 percent.
The poll is one of the first major ones conducted after the FBI announced it would not pursue charges against Clinton for her use of private email during her tenure as Secretary of State. Polls show a majority of Americans think Clinton should have faced legal ramifications for her actions.
While Clinton deals with fallout from the email scandal, Trump has his own challenges.
Sixty-four percent of those polled said they saw the business magnate unfavorably, as compared to 60 percent who felt the same way about Clinton.