Joe Biden continued to have an edge on President Trump in the final Marquette University Law School Poll ahead of next week’s race.
The poll found 48 percent of likely voters backed Biden, while 43 percent supported Trump. Another 2 percent said they support Libertarian Jo Jorgensen.
The poll has consistently found an edge for Biden since May with his leads ranging from 4 to 6 points.
Last month, it was 46-41 for Biden with 4 percent backing Jorgensen.
The survey of 806 registered voters was in the field Oct. 21-25. The sample included 749 likely voters, and the margin of error was plus or minus 4.3 percentage points for the overall sample and plus or minus 4.4 points for the likely voter sample.
The sample was 45 percent Republican, 44 percent Democratic and 9 percent independent. The long-term average of the sample has been split evenly 45-45 between Republicans and Democrats.