Donald Trump has a 0.23-point lead over Hillary Clinton in Michigan, and, if the numbers hold, the state will have the distinction of being the most closely decided in the nation this cycle. [In second place: Clinton’s 0.37-point lead over Trump in New Hampshire]. This marks the second time the Wolverine State has hosted the country’s most competitive presidential contest. In 1940, Wendell Willkie defeated Franklin Roosevelt in Michigan by just 0.33 points. No other state was decided by less than a single point that November. The only other time Michigan has been decided by less than a point was in 1884 when Republican John Blaine carried the state by 0.82 points over Grover Cleveland. Kentucky holds the record for the largest number of most closely decided presidential races since 1828 with five: 1896 (0.06 points), 1900 (1.71 points), 1920 (0.44 points), 1952 (0.07 points), and 1996 (0.96 points).