Biden is supported by 51 percent of likely voters, while Trump gets 47 percent. Just a combined 2 percent of likely Florida voters are undecided or are voting for another candidate…
In September’s NBC News/Marist poll — conducted after the political conventions — the candidates were tied at 48 percent.
In the most recent poll, Biden has advantages among Black voters (84 percent to 14 percent), whites with college degrees (58 percent to 40 percent), women (57 percent to 41 percent), independents (55 percent to 41 percent) and seniors (53 percent to 46 percent).
In September, Biden and Trump were essentially tied among seniors, while Biden was ahead among independents by 11 points.