Hillary Clinton has seen a slight bump in the polls after last week's Democratic National Convention.
A CBS News poll conducted July 29 through July 31 shows Clinton polling at 46 percent to Republican Donald Trump's 39 percent. Clinton and Trump were previously tied in the poll at 42 percent.
In a Morning Consult poll also conducted July 29 through July 31, Clinton leads Trump by 3 percentage points, 43 percent to 40 percent. By comparison, Morning Consult's poll conducted July 22 through July 24 had Trump with a 4-point lead.
Meanwhile, a new Public Policy Polling survey had Clinton leading Trump 50 percent to 45 percent. When Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are included, Clinton is still ahead of Trump in the PPP poll, 46 percent to 41 percent.
"We've been writing for months that this race is shaping up pretty similarly both nationally and at the state level to the margins Barack Obama won by in 2012- not a huge landslide by any means, but a solid victory," reads PPP's memo for the latest survey, conducted July 29 through July 31. "The conventions have passed without any change to that big picture, and that leaves Clinton as the favorite going into the final three months."