Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would get the top vote in the November 3rd U.S. election with 52 percent support, compared with 42 percent that current White House tenant Donald Trump would get, according to a poll by YouGov for CBS.
The study also shows that four in ten Democrats believe Biden is campaigning enough. Half of the independent voters agree.
In terms of the main concern marking the vote, the economy comes out on top, followed by health, coronavirus and the recent protests against racism and police violence.
87 percent of respondents who chose Biden say their support is “very strong,” five points more than at the beginning of August. For Trump, 84 percent of supporters say their support is “very strong,” two points higher.