Another poll has put Hillary Clinton ahead in Georgia, a state that has not handed a victory to a Democratic presidential nominee since 1992.

In a JMC Analytics poll published Monday, Clinton leads Republican nominee Donald Trump, 44 percent to 37 percent. Another 8 percent said they would vote for someone else, and 10 percent remain undecided.

When broken down, Clinton has robust black support, with 84 percent to 6 percent favoring her over Trump. She also pulls 25 percent of the white vote, though Trump bests her with 52 percent. And while Clinton is close to Trump among men (41 percent to 40 percent), women favor her by 13 points: 48 percent to 35 percent.

A similar poll last week showed Clinton leading the red state by 4 points.

The JMC poll of 615 respondents was conducted Aug. 6-7 and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.