Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden leads President Trump by 6 points in battleground Wisconsin and by double digits in neighboring Minnesota, according to polling released on Wednesday.
Mr. Biden held a 6-point, 52% to 46% lead in Wisconsin and a 16-point, 57% to 41% lead in Minnesota among likely voters, according to the ABC News/Washington Post polling.
Among registered voters, 49% in Wisconsin said they trust Mr. Biden more to handle the coronavirus pandemic, compared to 42% who sided with Mr. Trump. In Minnesota, Mr. Biden had a more sizable 58% to 36% advantage.
The two candidates were running even in Wisconsin when it came to who voters trusted more on issues of crime and safety, while Mr. Biden held an 11-point, 53% to 42% edge on that front in Minnesota.
Mr. Trump did hold a 5-point, 50% to 45% edge in Wisconsin on who voters said they trust more to handle the economy, compared to a 3-point,