Former Vice President Joe Biden holds an 11-point lead over President Donald Trump one week before the election, but the CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows the race could tighten.
Biden leads Trump by 51% to 40%, a 2-point increase from the June poll and 6 points better than in April. The poll, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5%, found that Biden has drawn even with Trump in support from senior citizens and White women, two groups the president won in 2016.
But it also shows a substantial part of Biden’s lead drawn from new voters and young voters, two groups whose turnout has long been suspect in elections.
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