27 November 2020,   11:46
Biden - 50%, Trump - 41% - The New York Times conducted a poll

Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump, a New York Times/Siena College poll shows, with voters favoring him by wide margins on the coronavirus and law and order.

Biden holds a 9-point lead over Trump amid widespread public alarm about the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic and demand among voters for large-scale government action to right the economy, according to a national poll of likely voters conducted by The New York Times and Siena College.

Over all, Biden is backed by 50% of likely voters, the poll showed, compared with 41% for Trump and 3% divided among other candidates.