Those who plan to vote in person on Election Day are more likely to support President Trump, according to the poll.

Two-thirds of voters approve of the governor’s handling of the pandemic.

A Schar School dean says that the Democrat’s strength in this former swing state could be a harbinger of the national race.


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Landmark abortion ruling is expected to be the focal point as hearings begin Monday for Trump nominee.

Coronavirus perceptions and overall assessments of the president’s performance continue to hamper his candidacy.

Joe Biden runs strong in Philadelphia suburbs and is competitive in western Pennsylvania. President Trump has big margins in central and northeastern parts of the state.

The Postal Service continues to rate favorably despite recent delivery backlogs and President Trump’s attacks on voting by mail, according to the Washington Post-University of Maryland poll.

Strong support from women fuels Biden’s advantage, and the economy remains a bright spot for the president.

The poll finds that most Biden supporters say the vacancy makes it “more important” that he win.

The latest campaigning comes as new Washington Post-ABC News polling shows tight races in both Florida and Arizona.

Sunbelt battlegrounds hold keys to 2020 outcome.

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Foreign policy differences once were mostly at the margins. In the Trump era, Republicans and Democrats are far apart on priorities and how to engage with the world.

President Trump’s law-and-order message has so far failed to translate into significant support or change the dynamic of the race there, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.

President Trump's support among non-college-educated White voters appears weaker than it did four years ago.

In a new Washington Post-University of Maryland survey, more voters said they are confident that their ballot will be counted accurately if they vote in person than by mail.

Despite cries for athletes to “stick to sports,” particularly from conservative pundits and politicians, a 62 percent majority of Americans say that professional athletes should use their platforms to express their views on national issues.

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