Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump in the battleground states of Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado, according to four NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls released Friday.

In Florida, Clinton is leading Trump by 5 points among registered voters, 44 to 39 respectively. Trump has gained two points in the Sunshine State over the last month, though Clinton is holding a two-point advantage over the businessman, according to the Real Clear Politics average of polls.

In the other three states, Clinton experienced a significant post-convention bump.

She holds a 9-point lead over Trump in North Carolina, 48 to 39 percent, widening her July lead over the businessman by 3 points. RCP reports a 1.3 point-lead for Clinton in the average of polls for North Carolina.

In Virginia, Clinton is topping Trump by thirteen points, 46 to 33 percent, upping her lead by four points since last month, and her lead is a solid seven points according to RCP's average of polls.

Clinton also holds a staggering advantage over the businessman in Colorado, where she is leading by 14 points, 46 to 32 percent, compared to an 8-point lead in July. She is topping Trump by 9.5 points in the RCP average of polls for the state.

The 4 polls were conducted during the first two weeks of August, from the 4-10, with between 800 and 1000 registered voters from each state.