Politics Biden leads Trump nationally by 9 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll
The Sept. 11-15 opinion poll found that 50% of likely voters said they were casting their ballots for Biden while 41% were doing the same for Trump. Another 3% said they would support a third-party candidate and the rest were undecided. Reuters' Chris Kahn has more.
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