The latest election numbers from the Federal Election Commission show that Donald Trump is still not trailing Hillary Clinton in the presidential race.

The president-elect has a 3.9 percent lead in the race for the popular vote, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

Trump’s lead is the largest among the four major party candidates in the Nov. 8 election, according the NBC/WSJ poll.

The NBC/Wall St. Journal poll also shows Trump leads Democratic rival Joe Biden by 9 points.

The latest NBC/Reuters poll also has Trump in the lead by 3 points among likely voters.

Trump was up 7 points among registered voters in a Bloomberg Politics poll released Sunday.

The race for votes in the battleground state is now tied at 49 percent, according a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden have each won more than 50 percent of the vote in the past three elections.

The election is the first since 2008.

A Reuters/Bloomberg poll released Monday showed Trump leading Clinton by a 2-to-1 margin in Florida.

Biden, meanwhile, is leading Clinton in North Carolina, where Clinton is up by 4 points.

That poll also showed Biden leading Trump by a 3-to.

1 margin in Ohio.

The state was considered close last month, with the race being won by a razor-thin margin.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.