Joe Biden leads President Trump 57%-41% in new national CNN poll

Katie Ramirez
October 11, 2020

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 6 percentage points in Nevada and is virtually tied with the president in OH, a pair of polls released Wednesday show. Biden had a four-point margin in September.

Fifty-seven percent of likely voters support Biden while 41% support Trump, the survey found.

A Marquette University Law School poll shows Biden with a 5-point lead over Trump in Wisconsin, 46%-41%. That's a bigger lead than most other polls taken in the past two weeks have given Biden, though they unilaterally give Biden the advantage on a national scale. The survey of 688 likely Pennsylvania voters was conducted October 4-5 and has a margin of error of 3.7 points.

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Malloy says Trump is also losing support among women and non-college-educated white men- all key demographics if he hopes to capture Florida's 29 electoral votes next month. The Democratic nominee led Trump among women polled by 11 percent in OH and 14 percent in Nevada. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won Nevada by 2 points, while Trump won OH by 8 points.

The latest CNN poll was conducted last Thursday through Sunday, after the first presidential debate last Tuesday night and mostly after Trump's public announcement last Friday that he had tested positive for Covid-19.

The New York Times/Siena College poll was conducted from October 2-6, surveying 661 likely voters in oh and 660 likely voters in Nevada. It's unclear when Trump will be able to return to the campaign trail, as the November 3 election is just weeks away.

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