We still have four weeks go, but if this poll holds up, Biden will win in a blow-out. Here are a few things that caught my eye:
Nationally, Biden leads 57% to 41%.
48% of Americans approve of how Trump is handling the economy. 48% disapprove.
38% of Americans approve of how Trump is handling election security. 55% disapprove.
39% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Trump. 55% of Americans have an unfavorable opinion of Trump.
52% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Biden. 42% of Americans have an unfavorable opinion of Biden.
38% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Mike Pence. 49% of Americans have an unfavorable opinion of Pence. 6% of Americans have “never heard of” Mike Pence.
47% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Kamala Harris. 36% of Americans have an unfavorable opinion of Harris. 9% of Americans have “never heard of” Kamala Harris.
Likely voters believe that Biden is better than Trump on the economy (50-48), coronavirus (59-38), health care (59-39), racial equality (62-36), Supreme Court nominations (57-41), and crime and safety (55-43).
Voters think Biden cares about them more than Trump (58-38), is better suited to unite the country than Trump (61-33), has a better plan to solve American problems than Trump (55-39), will keep them safer than Trump (55-43), and is more trustworthy than Trump (58-33).
58% of Americans who watched the first presidential debate thought Biden won it. 27% thought Trump won the first presidential debate. 13% said that “neither of them did well.”
Read the entire poll here.
And as long as we are doing polls, here are the latest Real Clear Politics poll averages from the major battleground states.
Wisconsin: Biden is up 5.6% (Trump won by 0.7% in 2016)
Florida: Biden is up 3.5% (Trump won by 1.2% in 2016)
Michigan: Biden is up 6.2% (Trump won by 0.3% in 2016)
North Carolina: Biden is up 1.4% (Trump won by 3.6% in 2016)
Arizona: Biden is up 3.4% (Trump won by 3.5% in 2016)
Minnesota: Biden is up 9.4% (Clinton won by 1.5% in 2016)
Ohio: Biden is up 1.2% (Trump won by 8.1% in 2016)
Iowa: Biden is up 0.5% (Trump won by 9.4% in 2016)
Nevada: Biden is up 5.3% (Clinton won by 2.4% in 2016)
New Hampshire: Biden is up 8.4% (Clinton won by 0.3 in 2016)
Maine: Biden is up 12.8% (Clinton won by 2.9% in 2016)
Virginia: Biden is up 11% (Clinton won by 5.4% in 2016)
Georgia: Biden is up 0.3% (Trump won by 5.1% in 2016)
Texas: Trump is up 3.2% (Trump won by 9 in 2016)
Colorado: Biden is up 10% (Clinton won by 4.9% in 2016)
New Mexico: Biden is up 14.5 (Clinton won by 8.3% in 2016)