According to a CBS News poll released on Sunday, 47 percent of likely voters in Arizona are supported, compared to 44 percent of Trump. Biden’s 3-point lead is within error in the margin of the pole.
Biden has gained an edge over Trump in Arizona since a similar poll held in July, with 46 percent of likely voters likely to support each candidate.
The poll also found that half of Arizona voters said they think Biden would do a better job of dealing with outbreaks of coronovirus, with 50 percent saying Biden would handle it better than 37 percent who did. The same was said about Trump.
Biden also takes the lead when voters were asked who would make them feel safe, with 46 percent saying Biden and 41 percent Trump. The candidates were then also asked, who say who would do a better job handling the economy, with 45 percent of Trump and 44 percent of those called Biden, based on the election.
In Minnesota, a state Trump narrowly lost in 2016, based on polls, Biden is supported by 50 percent of likely voters. The poll found that 41 percent of likely voters said they would vote for Trump.
Biden again led Trump when voters were asked about the coronovirus outbreak, with 50 percent saying Biden would do a better job and 36 percent saying Trump would. In addition, 47 percent of voters in Minnesota said Biden would make them feel safer, while 42 percent said the same about Trump.
Trump has a lead over Biden when voters were asked about handling the economy. Forty-eight percent of voters in Minnesota said Trump would do a better job of handling the economy, and 44 percent said Biden would, based on polls.
Surveys were conducted between September 9 and September 11 by YouGov on behalf of CG News. The Arizona poll is based on 1,122 registered voters, and the margin of error is 3.8 percentage points. Minnesota voting is based on 1,100 registered voters and has an error of 3.6 percentage points.