Politics Biden leads Trump nationally by 9 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll
The Sept. 11-15 opinion poll found that 50% of likely voters said they were casting their ballots for Biden while 41% were doing the same for Trump. Another 3% said they would support a third-party candidate and the rest were undecided. Reuters' Chris Kahn has more.
Politics Biden leads Trump nationally by 9 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll Media 'loved' Trump before 2016 -Melania Obama: Trump 'whines that 60 Minutes is too tough' 'Trump country' now leads in COVID-19 cases, deaths Ten pivotal moments of the U.S. election year Trump and Biden make their pitches in PA Pandemic turns Americans into voting rights activists Harris 'will not be the first woman president' -Trump Jared and Ivanka threaten Lincoln Project lawsuit Senate one step away from Barrett confirmation Trailing Biden, Trump ramps up rallies Sen. Schatz: Barrett confirmation "the most rank hypocrisy I've ever seen" McConnell highlights Barrett not needing notes U.S. virus cases soaring, hospitalizations hitting records Pence aide tests positive for coronavirus Biden, Trump show opposing views as COVID-19 surges Obama scoffs at Trump's '60 Minutes' interview Early voters wait in long lines in New York City Last debate over, candidates enter final sprint Surge of Michigan students volunteer for election Dems in FL retirement oasis come out of the shadows for-phone-only for-tablet-portrait-up for-tablet-landscape-up for-desktop-up for-wide-desktop-up