The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll finds Joe Biden leading President Trump among likely voters in Wisconsin.
The poll found 50 percent back Biden, while 44 percent supported Trump. That’s largely unchanged from a 48-43 edge for Biden three weeks ago.
The poll, conducted Sept. 29 through today, found 50 percent believe Biden would be better at handling the coronavirus pandemic, while 41 percent said Trump would be better.
Also, 51 percent said Trump would be better at managing the economy, while 44 percent said Biden.
Fifty-seven percent said the winner of the November election should be able to appoint a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, while 13 percent of those surveyed had already voted in the presidential election.
The online survey of 1,000 adults included 601 likely voters. Reuters/Ipsos uses a credibility interval to measure the precision of their online surveys, and the credibility interval for this poll was 5 percentage points.
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