As always, we take polling with a grain of salt, but these battleground state polls may be of interest:
• Pennsylvania – Monmouth University Polling – Joe Biden holds a 12-point lead over Donald Trump among all registered voters in Pennsylvania (54% – 42%) and anywhere from an 8-point to 11-point lead among likely voters. This marks an improvement from Biden’s single-digit lead in a Monmouth poll just over one month ago.
Likely voters, high turnout:
54% Biden (49%)
43% Trump (46%)
— MonmouthPoll (@MonmouthPoll) October 6, 2020
• Florida – University of North Florida’s Public Opinion Research Lab – 51 percent of voters indicated they will be voting for Joe Biden compared to 45 percent of voters who said they would vote for President Donald Trump. (3,142 registered likely voters – 39 percent Republican, 38 percent Democrat, and 22 percent signaled no party affiliation).
• Nevada and Ohio – New York Times/Siena College Poll – Biden leads 48 percent to 42 percent among likely voters in Nevada and 45 to 44 percent in Ohio, the polls found. Six percent of Nevada voters and 7 percent of Ohioans said they remain undecided.
Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in Ohio and Nevada, according to new Times/Siena polls.
Biden leads in Ohio by 1 point, 45 to 44 percent.
Biden leads in Nevada by 6 points, 48 to 42 percent.https://t.co/GRgZezyAMB
— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) October 7, 2020
• Arizona – Data Orbital – Biden leads Trump 47.7 percent to 43.2 percent in Arizona, with 6.5 percent saying they were undecided. The poll included 39 percent Republicans and 33 percent Democrats.