Hillary Clinton has a small lead over rival Donald Trump in Georgia, according to a new poll.

Georgia has not voted for a Democrat since her husband in 1992.

In the new Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll out Friday, Clinton earned the support of 44 percent of Georgians who said they were registered voters, compared to Trump's 40 percent.

The new poll comes out at the end of a brutal week for the Republican nominee, where polls have him trailing in the key states of New Hampshire, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida. Trump has also slipped behind Clinton in numerous national polls conducted at the conclusion of last weeks' Democratic National Convention.

In the last AJC poll conducted in May, Trump was ahead of Clinton by 4 points, 45 percent to 41 percent.

Clinton still leads when third-party candidates are included in Georgia. In a four-way race, Clinton led Trump 41 percent to 38 percent, followed by Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson with 11 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein with 2 percent.

Clinton, paired with running mate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, won over women by a large margin, 51 percent to 35 percent. She also had an advantage among voters between the ages of 18 to 39 and 40 to 64.

Trump and vice presidential pick Indiana Gov. Mike Pence won over white voters (60 percent to 23 percent), in addition to voters ovet age 65 (53 percent to 36 percent).

And while Trump outperformed Clinton in the northern part of the state and the Atlanta exurbs, Clinton led Trump in the immediate Atlanta area and Georgia's southeast region.

The telephone-based poll was conducted by Abt-SRBI between Aug. 1-4, surveying 847 registered voters. The poll carries a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.