Last week, Clinton's lead had dwindled to six points, but today it increased to its largest margin in at least 3 weeks. The current margin is 54-44 percent.
SurveyUSA concludes that the 16 minutes Clinton used during the Cleveland debate to talk about health care may have paid off. More voters now name health care as their number one issue, and of those, Clinton has a 24 percentage point advantage, up from 7 percent last week.
She has also picked up support in Greater Cincinnati, where she now leads Obama by 19 points after having trailed the last two weeks.
2,000 Ohio adults were surveyed and of them, 1,805 were registred to vote. 873 had already voted or were likely to vote on Tuesday.
For complete detailed survey results, please click on the link below.