Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Trump by 10 points in a new national poll released Tuesday.
The latest Monmouth University survey finds Biden at 51 percent support, compared to Trump at 41 percent. Four percent of voters are undecided, while 2 percent support Libertarian Jo Jorgensen, 1 percent back Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins and 1 percent support other candidates.
The race is slightly tighter than the same poll found in late June, when Biden held a 52 to 39 percent lead. However, the 3-point shift in Trump’s favor is within the margin of error. The former vice president has led by 9 points or more since May.
“Trump has stopped his slide in the poll, but Biden maintains a lead among all registered voters nationally,” said Monmouth pollster Patrick Murray.