Mr. Biden’s lead is now down to four percentage points in the poll of 933 registered U.S. voters conducted July 3-4.
“I think a four point lead should be very concerning,” Terrance Woodbury — a Democratic pollster and founding partner of Hit Strategies — told Hill TV.
Voters appear still undecided about the election. The survey also found that 5% of said they prefer someone other than the president or Mr. Biden. An additional 5% said they don’t plan to vote.
Significantly, 8% of voters are still undecided. The analysis also noted that Mr. Trump’s fans are more enthusiastic about voting than Mr. Biden’s — citing evidence in a recent USA Today-Suffolk poll and a New York Times-Siena College survey.
The Hill-HarrisX poll was conducted online and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.2 percentage points.
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