MIAMI — The election here is still up in the air.
But a new poll from a bipartisan, independent group says the Michigan primary is too close to call, and the contest could be decided this month.
A survey by the Cook Political Report released Tuesday shows President Trump’s campaign has won at least four of six states with GOP candidates this year, and that Hillary Clinton has the support of the vast majority of voters in Michigan.
The poll shows Trump has won a whopping 63 percent of Michigan voters, while Clinton leads with only 32 percent support.
Among the undecided, Clinton leads by 2 points, the poll shows.
It also shows Clinton ahead in the state by 4 points among those younger than 50.
The Cook Political report shows the Republican presidential candidate holds a 6-point advantage among women and a 9-point edge among men.
The group of independent pollsters, commissioned by the Michigan Democratic Party, surveyed more than 1,000 voters and has an error margin of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
The results are similar to a Quinnipiac University poll released earlier this month, which showed Trump leading in the Buckeye State.
But Quinnipac had Clinton up by 5 points, while Michigan had the margin between Trump and Clinton at 3 points.
Trump is leading in Florida by 10 points, Pennsylvania by 3 points, North Carolina by 4, Ohio by 6, Nevada by 8, and Wisconsin by 9 points.
It is unclear if the Cook and Quinnipacs surveys are the same.
The two polls were conducted by the same firm and have similar methodology, but the Cook survey is more representative of the state.
The latest poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling, shows Trump up by 10 percentage points, with Clinton at 29 percent.
Clinton is at 39 percent, followed by Trump with 18 percent, Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson at 7 percent, and Green Party nominee Jill Stein with 4 percent.
The polls had a margin of error of plus-or-minus 4.7 percentage points for the Republican candidate.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.