Donald Trump just took the lead in a major national poll for the first time in roughly six weeks.
In a Rasmussen poll released Thursday, Trump held a 4-point lead over presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Of the 1,000 likely voters surveyed, the presumptive Republican nominee won over 43% of support, compared with Clinton's 39%.
The margin of error was plus or minus 3 percentage points.
RELATED: Donald Trump's potential running mate
The poll is the first in which Trump has led Clinton since mid-May, when Trump held a 2-point lead in an ABC News/Washington Post poll.
The Rasmussen poll breaks a streak of 22 consecutive polls Clinton has topped Trump in.
After the Rasmussen poll, Clinton's lead in the RealClearPolitics average of several polls is now 4.9 points.
More from Business Insider: