Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpChanges in policies, not personalities, will improve perception of corruption in the US Union leader: Bloomberg can go all the way Pelosi: ‘I’m not counting Joe Biden out’ MORE is enjoying a mid-convention bump in the polls, surging to within striking distance of Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonUnion leader: Bloomberg can go all the way Will Bernie have to turn on his bros? De Blasio endorses Sanders for president MORE in a national survey released Thursday.
The Reuters-Ipsos rolling national poll, which includes data collected from three of the four days of the Republican National Convention, shows Clinton leading Trump by 4 points, 40 percent to 36 percent.
That’s a far closer race than the same poll found only one week ago, when Clinton led by 15 points, 46.5 to 31.5.
Trump will officially accept the GOP presidential nomination on the final day of the convention in Cleveland on Thursday night.
The Democratic National Convention, where Clinton will become her party’s nominee, kicks off Monday in Philadelphia.
The Reuters-Ipsos survey of 1,522 Americans was conducted between July 16 and 20 has a 3 percentage-point margin of error.