Democratic candidate Joe Biden is ahead of the current US President Donald Trump by 10 percentage points in the country, according to polls conducted by Marquette University and the University of Quinnipeck.
According to the results of the Marquette poll, Biden is ahead of Trump by 10 percentage points in the country (50% versus 40%).
At the same time, 41% approve of the work of the current president against 58% of the respondents.
A poll from Quinnipeck University shows Biden topping 52% versus Trump’s 42%.
It is noted that 94% of voters have already decided who they will vote for. Meanwhile, 5% may still change their minds.
At the same time, about half of voters said they plan to vote in person on election day. Only one-third of the respondents will vote by mail or in absentia.
Among voters who said they would vote in person on election day, 57% support Trump.
Quinnipeck University conducted a poll from September 17 to 21 among 1,000 302 possible voters, its margin of error is 2.7 percentage points.
The Marquette University poll was conducted from 8 to 15 September among 1 thousand 357 likely voters. The possible statistical margin of error is 3.6 percentage points.