According to the latest poll that was released on Monday, shows that President Trump and Joe Biden are essentially tied in the presidential race in the battleground state of North Carolina.
The Meredith College poll found that Joe Biden has narrow edges of 45.7% to 45.4% over Trump in the Tar Heel State, with just 6% of registered voters saying they are undecided.
Trump has an edge with independent voters 43.1% to Biden’s 39.8 percent. He also leads amongst white registered voters by 13.4 percentage points, males by 10.8 points, and among rural voters by 15.6 points.
Former vice president Joe Biden has more black voters when compared to Trump, he leads with 62.1%, then when it comes to women voters, he has 10.5 points, and lastly, he has 17.5 points, urban voters.
Meredith’s poll director David McLennan said, “North Carolina is shaping up to be the key battleground everyone thought it would be heading into the election cycle. Although Trump has gained some ground with key groups like Hispanic voters, he is running behind Biden among suburban voters and women voters, two key groups that will determine the outcome of the presidential race in North Carolina.”
The Meredith College poll has surveyed 705 likely voters in North Carolina between September 18 and 22. It is reported that it has a plus/minus margin of error of 3.5 percentage points.