A new poll conducted just days before Election Day shows Hillary Clinton with an 11 percentage-point lead over Donald Trump in New Hampshire. The survey, by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, showed respondents favoring Clinton with 49 percent, compared to Trump’s 38 percent in the race for the state’s four electoral votes. Eighty-five percent of the voters said they have made a final decision about who they’ll vote for in the presidential election. The survey also showed Democrats leading in the Senate and gubernatorial races, with Gov. Maggie Hassan leading for the U.S. Senate and Colin Van Ostern for governor. The poll, with a margin of error of 3.7 percent, was conducted among 707 likely voters from Nov. 3-6.