By Marcy Norton
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Donald Trump has an edge over Hillary Clinton among Pennsylvania voters, according to the results of the latest Quinnipiac "swing state" poll, but that doesn't necessarily mean voters think he's the best candidate.
In Pennsylvania, 43-percent of respondents said they'd vote for Trump while 41 percent say they'd vote for Clinton.
In a previous poll, Clinton led by one percent.
Quinnipiac pollster Peter Brown says this is a really close race.
"The last time Quinnipiac surveyed Pennsylvania, Clinton had a one point lead, a small lead that was within the margin of error then."
Though Trump leads overall, the results show voters think Clinton is smarter than Trump, that she has higher moral standards, would be better in an international crisis and is and better prepared to be president.
But Clinton loses in the category of trustworthiness. There, nearly half of Pennsylvania voters say Trump is more trustworthy than Clinton.
The poll results also show voters see Trump as better against ISIS, stronger on jobs and view him overall as a stronger leader.
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