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Final debate a chance for Trump to reset race
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Obama blasts Trump in 2020 campaign trail debut
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Early voting soars as Biden leads Trump in polls
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Trump can't count on undecided voters to win -poll
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Covid still front and centre, says Ipsos pollster as US election day looms
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Trump faces a 'Gray Revolt' among older voters
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Biden says Black turnout key to winning election
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Swing state voters weigh in on U.S. election
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Biden makes case to Wisconsin blue-collar voters
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Poll: Biden leads Wisconsin
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Coronavirus concerns trump 'law and order': poll
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Trump Fighting Back In The Polls
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Exclusive: As Trump ramps up attacks, Republicans less confident than Democrats in voting by mail, poll findsRepublicans are much more skeptical than Democrats their ballots will count if cast by mail and less confident they will be able to vote in November's election if their state switches to all-mail..
Approval of Trump's pandemic response stays steady, Biden favored in election: Reuters/IPSOS pollPublic approval of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic remained steady this week as the number of U.S. deaths from the illness surpassed 100,000, according to a Reuters/Ipsos..
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Exclusive: A quarter of Americans are hesitant about a coronavirus vaccine - Reuters/Ipsos pollA quarter of Americans have little or no interest in taking a coronavirus vaccine, a Reuters/Ipsos poll published on Thursday found, with some voicing concern that the record pace at which vaccine..
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Biden's edge evaporates as Trump seen as better suited for economy, coronavirus response, poll showsJoe Biden's advantage over President Donald Trump in popular support has eroded in recent weeks as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee struggles for visibility with voters during the..
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Most Americans to avoid sports, other live events before coronavirus vaccine: Reuters/IpsosFewer than half of Americans plan to go to sports events, concerts, movies and amusement parks when they reopen to the public until there is a proven coronavirus vaccine, according to a Reuters/Ipsos..
Exclusive: Poll signals strengthening support for Biden over Trump in three Midwest battleground statesRepublican President Donald Trump trails Democrat Joe Biden among registered voters in three Midwestern battleground states that he narrowly carried in 2016 and are seen as crucial to winning..
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Exclusive: Democrats, furious with Trump, much more keen to vote now than four years ago - Reuters/IpsosWhen Republicans in Wisconsin pushed through state elections last week in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, Jessica Jaglowski donned a protective mask and headed for the ballot box, determining..
Trump approval rises, but more Americans support Biden for president: pollThe number of Americans who approve of President Donald Trump rose by 5 percentage points over the past week, but registered voters still favored Democrat Joe Biden for president by a small margin,..
Most Americans, unlike Trump, want mail-in ballots for November if coronavirus threatens: Reuters/Ipsos pollMost Americans, including a majority of Republicans, want the government to require mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 presidential election if the coronavirus outbreak still threatens the public this..
With 2020 race all but halted over coronavirus, Biden quietly widens lead over Trump: Reuters/Ipsos pollDemocratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden has quietly expanded his lead over President Donald Trump among registered voters, even as the rapidly spreading coronavirus has all but sidelined the..
Bipartisan majority of Americans reject Trump idea to reopen by Easter: Reuters/Ipsos pollA bipartisan majority of Americans appear to reject an idea floated by President Donald Trump to reopen businesses by Easter, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, which also showed that nearly one in..
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Forget politics. Majority of Republicans, Democrats now agree coronavirus is 'serious threat': Reuters/Ipsos pollSeven in 10 Americans now consider the coronavirus pandemic to be "a serious threat to me and my family," according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll that shows how wide, bipartisan segments of the..
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Biden, not Sanders, gains in popularity after Warren drops out: Reuters/Ipsos pollElizabeth Warren's departure from the Democratic presidential race appears to have benefited front-runner Joe Biden more than Bernie Sanders, her liberal ally on many issues, according to a..
Americans divided on party lines over risk from coronavirus: Reuters/Ipsos pollAmericans who now find themselves politically divided over seemingly everything are now forming two very different views of another major issue: the dangers of the new coronavirus.
Back on top: nationally, Democrats are again rallying around Biden: Reuters/Ipsos pollJust days after Joe Biden's commanding wins in most of the Super Tuesday primaries, Democrats across the country are again rallying around the former vice president as their best hope for defeating..
Americans heed warning to wash hands often to control coronavirus, Reuters/Ipsos poll findsAmericans appear to be heeding the warning of health experts to wash their hands more frequently and use disinfectant wipes to prevent the coronavirus from spreading, according to a Reuters/Ipsos..
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