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Where Trump and Biden stand in CNN's latest poll of polls

October 16, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

The CNN Poll of Polls tracks the average poll result in the race for president between President Trump and former Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

The CNN Poll of Polls tracks the average poll result in the race for president between President Trump and former Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

The battle for Florida is at the forefront of the presidential race Thursday as President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden hold dueling rallies in the marquee swing state.

By Wednesday morning, more than 6. 9 million people had cast their votes in Florida, according to the state's Division of Elections — a figure that is already approaching the 9. 6 million votes cast in the 2016 presidential election, and is nearly half of the state's population of 14. 4 million registered voters.

More than a third of registered voters — more than 75 million Americans — have already voted with six days left until Election Day, an unprecedented shift driven by the coronavirus pandemic and interest in the presidential race.

As of yesterday evening, about 36% of registered voters have already cast ballots ahead of Nov. 3, according to a survey of election officials in all 50 states and Washington, DC, by CNN, Edison Research and Catalist.

Some states may have different rules for determining which voters are eligible to cast ballots for the general election, and many states also allow for same-day registration on Election Day. It's not clear how much of the record-breaking early vote comes from people who would have voted on Election Day and how much represents additional turnout this year.

With the race for the presidency approaching its end amid a raging pandemic, Democratic nominee Joe Biden maintains a substantial lead over President Trump nationwide, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS.

Trump leads 59% to 36%, though, among those who say they plan to vote on Election Day. Read more 2020 presidential election polling

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