Among income groups, Clinton leads by 14 points among those earning less than $30,000, seven points among those earning $30,000-$50,000, and eight points among those earning from $50,000-$75,000.
Clinton's current lead over Trump is down from the 11-point edge she enjoyed in the four-way horserace in the previous NBC/WSJ poll in mid-October, 48 percent to 37 percent.
There are sizable minorities of Trump and Clinton supporters who do not vouch for some of their personal qualities.
The Post-ABC poll finds Clinton with a 48 percent to 43 percent lead in overall vote preferences, just on the edge of statistical significance but continuing a clear trend of improvement since the race was locked at 46 percent at the beginning of last week.
Clinton also appears to hold an advantage in party loyalty among likely Virginia voters, with the support of 92 percent of Democrats.
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The latest Washington Post-ABC News tracking poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a dead heat nationally.
Clinton's lead in the final CNU poll comes on the heals of FBI Director James Comey's announcement that it would be looking into more emails as a part of an investigation into Anthony Weiner.
Trump, meanwhile, leads among men (47 percent to 42 percent), seniors (49 percent to 42 percent) and whites (53 percent to 38 percent). Pure independents - those who don't lean toward either party, 7 percent of the electorate - divide closely, 36-40 percent, Clinton-Trump, with 18 percent for other candidates (chiefly, Johnson or Stein). The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6 percentage points, with a design effect adjustment of 1.6. Only 3 percent said they were undecided.
In Clinton's case, 55% of her likely voter base said that they would be "mainly supporting Clinton" when they cast their ballots.
Yet among whites with college degrees, Clinton is ahead by 10 points, 51 percent to 41 percent.