Washington (CNN) Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump by five points in Virginia, according to a new poll released Tuesday.
The new survey from The Washington Post and CBS News/YouGov finds Clinton ahead of Trump in Virginia by 20 points.
Trump, however, is ahead in a three-way race with Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, Green Party nominee Jill Stein and former Virginia Gov.
Trump leads the survey with 43% of likely voters in the state, with Clinton at 36%.
The poll of 703 likely voters was conducted Oct. 23-25 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.
The race in Virginia is tightest in the suburbs of Richmond and Hampton Roads, where Clinton leads by 4 points, according a poll released last week.
Trump, however is ahead by 4 in the city of Charlottesville, which is home to the University of Virginia, and by 4 and 5 points respectively in the cities of Richmond, Richmond and Fairfax.
The survey shows Clinton leading Trump by 10 points in the rural areas of the state with a 3-point margin of difference.
Trump is ahead of Clinton in the Virginia suburbs by 4.7 points, and he is ahead among women by 4 percentage points, the poll found.
Clinton is also leading in the Hampton Roads metro area by 6.3 points, while Trump leads among men by 2.3 and women by 2 points.