Donald Trump has gained ground on Hillary Clinton, according to a new Morning Consult poll, which shows her ahead by 3 percentage points, 43-40.

Last week, Clinton had a 6-point advantage on the GOP nominee, 44-38 percent.

When Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein are included, Clinton's edge on Trump narrowed to just 2 points, 39-37. Johnson earned 8 points and Stein garnered 3 points.

Clinton's lesser advantage comes in the wake of changes to Trump's campaign, including new leadership.

The poll shows Trump continues to struggle mightily among minority voters, particularly African Americans. Trump earned the support of just 5 percent of black voters, while Clinton had the backing of 79 percent. Nevertheless, her support among African-Americans in this poll is lower than in some other recent surveys.

The Morning Consult poll surveyed 2,007 registered voters with a 2 percentage point margin of error from August 24-26.