More notable than the gap between the candidates, this marks the first poll from the firm that finds the Democrat enjoying support from more than half of respondents. The low number of undecided voters in the race portends poor news for the President regarding the outcome of the election in his adopted home state.
The Florida-based polling firm last surveyed voters regarding the race for President in May. Then, Biden held a statistically insignificant lead of less than 1%.
In the intervening weeks, Florida suffered a spike in COVID-19 cases and Trump and Florida’s Republican leadership came under national media scrutiny.
That’s all translated into a boost for Biden and a blow to Trump.