ABC News reports:
A new poll finds Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with a slight advantage over President Trump in North Carolina, which Trump carried by less than 3 points in 2016. The latest Monmouth University poll finds Biden at 49 percent and Trump at 46 percent in the state, with 3 percent supporting Libertarian Party candidate Jo Jorgensen and 2 percent undecided.
When a high-turnout model is considered, Biden’s lead ticks up to 50-46 percent. In a low-turnout model, the race tightens to 49-48 in favor of Biden. The former vice president has run up a big lead in the 22 North Carolina swing counties that broke narrowly for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Biden has a 21-point lead over Trump in the counties that Clinton carried by only 1 point.