Democratic presidential nominee leads President Trump in Florida, according to a Monmouth University poll released on Tuesday.
Mr. Biden held a 5-point, 50% to 45% lead among registered voters in the state, according to the poll.
He held the same 5-point, 50% to 45% lead under a likely voter model that projects a higher turnout than in 2016.
Mr. Biden held a 3-point, 49% to 46% lead over the president under a likely voter model with lower turnout.
On Tuesday, the former vice president makes his first in-person campaign trip to the Sunshine State since becoming the Democratic presidential nominee. He holds a 1.6-point lead over Mr. Trump in the critical battleground state, according to the latest Real Clear Politics average.
The survey of 428 registered voters was taken from Sept. 10-13 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.7 percentage points.
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