Biden drew support from 51% of likely state voters, while 44% support Trump. That’s by no means a decisive lead — the poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 5.5%, which means as low as 45.5% could support Biden and as high as 49.5% could support Trump in a survey of all the state’s registered voters.

A slight majority (51%) of voters said the president does not deserve reelection and has handled the coronavirus pandemic poorly. However, Trump’s Pennsylvania supporters remain firmly in his corner. About 4 in 5 said they are very enthusiastic about voting for the president, whereas about half of Biden’s likely voters said they are very enthusiastic about their choice…

Trump has a path to victory in Pennsylvania, but it narrows with each passing day he fails to put a dent in Biden’s favorability ratings, said Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion.

“There are so few undecided voters out there compared to 2016, and while Trump’s approval ratings are slightly better than they were four years ago, his opponent is not viewed nearly as unfavorably,” Borick said.