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As Election Day approaches and President Donald Trump continues to trail Joe Biden by high single digits both nationally and in key states, their respective bases are buzzing with either hope or dread that "the polls could be wrong again." . . . .
A new poll in the battleground state of New Hampshire indicates that voters who back President Trump are far less likely to express their support publicly than those who back Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden . . . .
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has maintained his single-digit advantage over President Donald Trump in Nevada, according to a new survey of the Western swing state . . . .
The survey, taken October 24-25, among 1,077 respondents, found Trump carrying a slight edge in the Keystone State, garnering 48.4 percent to former Vice President Joe Biden’s 47.6 percent. The results, which include leaners, show 2.2 percent backing Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen and one percent of voters remaining undecided. The survey’s margin of error is +/- 2.91 percent . . . .