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There are polls coming out in the last Friday of October. As usual we are seeing divergent messaging from the news outlets of the two parties right before election. Our job is to give you an unbiased fair view on all of them.
Joe Biden holds a modest six-point lead with likely voters over President Donald Trump in the hard-fought swing state of North Carolina, a new NBC/Marist poll shows.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s lead over President Trump has narrowed a touch to 8 points from a 10-point advantage in early October, according to a Fox News national survey of likely voters.
President Donald Trump still has a path to a second term. But it would take a polling debacle that would make 2016 look like a banner year.
In the presidential race, a Trafalgar Group poll of 1,065 respondents conducted between October 24 and October shows Biden’s lead over Trump in Minnesota is down to just 2.2 points, 45.9 percent to 43.7 percent, which is within the poll’s 2.92 percent margin of error.