The Washington Post reports:
Biden has widened his lead over Trump in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania to 12 percentage points among registered voters, according to a new Monmouth University poll. The poll, released Tuesday, finds Biden leading 54 percent to 42 percent. In a Monmouth poll in late August, Biden led by only four percentage points, a statistical dead heat.
The new survey, conducted after last week’s debate, is the sixth since mid-September showing Biden with a seven-point advantage or larger in the highly contested state. The other two post-debate polls showed a seven-point edge, while a Washington Post-ABC News poll before the debate showed a nine-point margin for Biden.
PENNSYLVANIA VOTER POLL: #GeneralElection matchup
54% @JoeBiden (49% in August)
42% @realDonaldTrump (45%)
Likely voters, high turnout:
54% Biden (49%)
43% Trump (46%)
Likely voters, low turnout:
53% Biden (48%)
45% Trump (47%)https://t.co/EWuN7cQmjA pic.twitter.com/lW6CGbDxts
— MonmouthPoll (@MonmouthPoll) October 6, 2020