Fresh sociology 29 days before the US presidential election shows that Democratic candidate Joe Biden has already pulled away from Republican Donald Trump by 16% nationwide among potential voters.

The survey was fully conducted after the debate and partly against the background of information about Trump’s infection with coronavirus

Interview CNN says that 57% of those who are going to register for the elections, but have not yet done so, are ready to vote for Biden. 41% of respondents from this group are ready to vote for Trump.


Regardless of Biden’s national advantage, the race for the White House will eventually converge in some key states, where the electoral college vote may be decided. Former vice president leads several of these critical statesbut by a narrower margin than its national advantage. The survey is not a prediction of what the final outcome will be. It simply displays what ratings the candidates have today.

It is likely that voters generally prefer Biden to Trump on a number of issues that voters consider critical in the race, including the coronavirus outbreak (59% prefer Biden, 38% Trump), health care (59% vs 39%), racial inequality in the US (62% against 36%), a candidate for the Supreme Court (57% against 41%), crime and security (from 55% to 43%).

The poll was conducted by phone/SMS from October 1-4 among a random national sample of 1,205 adults, including 1,001 likely voters. The error is 3.3%.


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