According to the poll, 45 percent of U.S. adults said they would vote for Biden while 42 percent identified with Trump as their preferred candidate.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has more support among younger voters than President Donald Trump with less than six months before the presidential election, a new poll shows.
GOP incumbents in Arizona, North Carolina, Colorado and Maine are lagging behind their Democratic challengers in recent polls.
This poll is just the latest illustration of how political partisanship has shaped attitudes and responses towards the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
The new poll also found that a majority of likely voters in the swing states disapproved of the president's performance in the White House.
Monmouth pollsters found that 37 percent of voters thought the allegation was "probably true" while 32 percent said the reverse.
A new poll indicates that 70 percent of American voters are more concerned about an increased spread of COVID-19 due to a relaxing of social distancing they are about any potential additional damage to the economy.
A majority of polled voters also felt the president's reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic had been "chaotic" and "unprepared."
It is painful to watch so-called reporters and analysts pontificate about the 2020 election outcome. A lot will change in the next six months.
Polled voters were also found to be optimistic about the economy's future while they remained split on the state of their personal finances.
China is viewed as an "enemy" of the United States by 27 percent of all Americans, including 42 percent of Republicans and 17 percent of Democrats, according to a new poll.
The former vice president lead the president by two percentage points among registered voters in the new survey.
A little less than four-in-ten voters told Ipsos pollsters that they would back the president if an election were held the same day.
Only 38.9 of those polled indicated they approved of Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, a drop of nearly ten points, according to data released Tuesday.
Fifty-six percent of New York Republicans put more faith in Governor Cuomo to decide when the state should be reopened.
It turns out that the coronavirus epidemic hasn't really increased support for Medicare for All, but it'll still play a role in the upcoming presidential election.
The poll, published Friday by the London-based Opinium, shows an average of 61 percent of American adults approved of their state's handling of the pandemic, while only 47 percent of those polled approved of the federal government's response.
President Trump was also found to be three points behind former Vice President Joe Biden in head-to-head polling from the state.
A series of recent polls found that most Americans trust their governors far more than President Trump when it comes to whether to retain social distancing measures, but National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease Director Dr. Anthony Fauci is a more trusted figure than even both of them.
A new survey also revealed that less than one in four Americans believed the economy was in a good or excellent condition.
The international health group's net approval rating has fallen from 54 percent at the start of April to 25 percent at the end of last week.
The survey also found that the vast majority of U.S. adults were more worried about restrictions being lifted too quickly than too slowly.
Have the pollsters learned from their mistakes in the 2016 presidential election? Maybe. Maybe not.
The two candidates were locked in a tie at 42 percent support apiece.
Roughly 74 percent of respondents said they approved of their state governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The new survey also found that more than half of U.S. adults wanted social distancing measures to become more aggressive.
Seventy percent of U.S. adults also told pollsters that they were taking greater care to avoid touching their faces.
A new survey found that net approval of the president's response to the COVID-19 outbreak had slumped since mid-March.
The new survey by Navigator also found that the president was more trusted to handle the outbreak than congressional Democrats.
The president was also found to be more trusted on the economy than Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden.