The latest survey by NBC News / Wall Street Journal two days before election day showed that Joe Biden is far ahead of Donald trump, but most of them are those who voted or will vote early. Six out of ten voters dissatisfied with the current policy on the issue of the pandemic and the General course of the country.
The last of the 41 pre-election poll by NBC News / Wall Street Journal, held October 29-31 among 1,000 registered voters showed that former us Vice-President Joe Biden is ahead of current President Donald trump at 10%, although two weeks ago the gap was 11%.
According to the survey:
six out of ten voters believe that the country is moving in the “wrong way” and that her situation is worse than four years ago;
53% of voters say they have serious concerns that trump would divide the country rather than unite it;
Only 40% approve of the action taken by trump, to combat the pandemic, while 57% disapprove;
However, the response of voters on a question about politics trump the economy of the country says about 55% of the support;
The preferences of voter groups shared the following:
Biden received the majority of votes among women – he’s got 57% in contrast to 37% trump;
Among whites with higher education: 56% Biden vs 41% trump;
Among voters aged 18 to 34 years: 60% Biden vs 32% trump;
Among black voters: Biden 87% versus 5% trump;
Trump leads among white voters (51% vs. 45% for Biden) and among whites without degrees (58% versus 37%). He also holds a slight advantage among men (48% vs. 47%).
It is noteworthy that according to the survey, the answers to the questions on the situation in the economy as a whole and how did the family of the voter to live better than four years ago, the opposite. In that time, the majority confirmed the fall of the economy, which is not surprising, given the crisis of a pandemic, the ratio of voters to your personal situation is different. 50% say they and their families are better off than four years ago, compared with 34% who say they are worse off.
Sociologists also noted that polls show a steady lead Biden (especially among groups such as women, black voters and the elderly) in the last 10 months.
News agencies report that the survey has an overall margin of error of plus-minus 3.1 percentage points.
At the same time, Republican pollster bill Mcinturff warns that trump has a chance of a sharp change in the current ratings on election day. Of the 68% of voters who said they already voted or plan to vote early, the majority are supporters of Biden: 61% vs 35%. But among the 28% of voters who say they vote on election day, trump leads: 61% vs 32%.
Data show that more than 92 million Americans have already voted early, or 66.8% of the total voter turnout for the 2016 elections.