2020 looks very different from 2016, final pre-election poll shows: Four years after Democrats found themselves locked out of Washington’s levers of government, a comparison of 2016 exit data and the latest polling shows their improved fortunes are largely down to Biden’s appeal among older and white voters, many of whom were repelled by Clinton. Read the story.

Trump and Biden look set to split the few remaining undecided voters of 2020: Only 3 percent of likely voters say they don’t know who they’re backing in the presidential contest. When asked which way they were leaning, 30 percent said Biden and 28 percent said Trump, but the lion’s share (43 percent) of undecideds said they were more likely to vote for someone else altogether. Read the story.