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Where Biden and Trump stand in the polls 2 days out from the election


Where Biden and Trump stand in Pennsylvania in the polls 3 days out from the election



Facebook leans red, TikTok trends blue, and YouTube is a swing state: Here's how social media usage is linked to the 2020 election


Where Biden and Trump stand in the polls 6 days out from the election


The Liberal Party's favourite pollster has been given access to 27 million unlisted Australian phone numbers for 'electoral matter research'



In conservative South Carolina, Lindsey Graham should have cruised to an easy reelection this year. Jaime Harrison had other plans.


Trump's polling nightmare among older voters is going from bad to worse


Goldman Sachs' US equity chief says markets are expecting a blue wave election victory — but a vaccine will be more important than who wins


2 major national polls show Joe Biden holding consistent leads over President Trump


The presidential polls in 2016 weren't as wrong you think. Here's why you can trust them in 2020.


Trump's in danger of losing some of his most faithful voters



Biden is crushing Trump in key swing states, and his polling among white voters could spell real trouble for the president


Why the Electoral College may not be able to save Trump's reelection chances


The Trump campaign's lawyers demanded CNN retract and apologise for a poll that showed Trump 14 points behind Biden


POLL: One-third of Americans say they might have had the coronavirus, but just a fraction have a good reason to think so



Republicans are falling in line with Trump's push to reopen the economy after weeks of bipartisan support for staying-at-home, poll shows


Trump's approval has been tracking downward since March, new polls find


3 big reasons Biden is no longer the definitive 2020 Democratic primary frontrunner


Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are pulling ahead of the Democratic field, but voters don't think they can beat Trump