Just in from Quinnipiac Polling:
With less than two weeks until Election Day, likely voters support former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump 51 – 41 percent in a Quinnipiac University national poll. This is the third national survey among likely voters since September that shows Biden with a 10-point lead, as Biden led Trump 52 – 42 percent on both September 2nd and September 23rd.
Among likely voters who say they will vote in person on Election Day, about two-thirds (65 percent) say they back Trump, while 28 percent support Biden. Among likely voters who have voted or plan on voting by mail or absentee ballot, roughly 7 in 10 (69 percent) say they are supporting Biden, while 21 percent support Trump. For likely voters who have or plan to cast their ballot at an early voting location, a majority (57 percent) support Biden and just over one-third (35 percent) support Trump.
“Three straight polls in the double-digit zone… For Biden-Harris, flush with cash and propelled by consistent support, it remains steady as she goes through the turbulent waters of a bitter, personal, and unsettling campaign,” said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy.
As always with national polls, it’s the trends that should get the attention.
NEW: Quinnipiac poll:
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