President Trump and Joe Biden (D) are in a dead heat in Florida, a Hill-Harris survey released Friday found.
With the presidential race less than three weeks away, Trump and Biden are tied in Florida, garnering 48 percent each in the crucial battleground state. Four percent of voters are undecided.
The vast majority of voters indicated that they will stick with their choice, but 12 percent said they could still change their minds ahead of the election. While Biden holds significant leads among both Hispanic and black voters in the Sunshine State, the survey suggests that the president has made inroads with those voters — Hispanic voters in particular.
Biden leads Trump among Hispanic voters, 57 percent to Trump’s 39 percent, but the former vice president has less support from the group than Hillary Clinton enjoyed in 2016. In that election, Clinton took 62 percent of the Hispanic vote compared to Trump’s