Mr Biden, whose advantage is four times that of Hillary Clinton at this point in 2016, will travel to Georgia on Tuesday – a sign that the Democratic campaign believes it can tip voters in the southern state to republican tendency.
Mr Trump, meanwhile, was censored on Twitter for baselessly claiming that mail-in ballots would pose “big problems” as some 64.7 million American citizens have already voted, according to the US Elections Project. .
Biden up 12 points in new poll seven days to go
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden remains well ahead of Donald Trump in the latest national opinion poll seven days before Election Day, leading 12 points according to the latest Yahoo! News / YouGov survey.
The survey, which was conducted October 23-25, found that 54% of likely voters have already voted for Biden or plan to vote for him on election day.
Only 42% of likely voters say they vote for Trump.
Biden’s advantage is currently four times that of Hillary Clinton at this point in 2016.
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