Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 11 points in a new national poll of registered voters focused on November’s presidential election. The survey from Quinnipiac University shows Biden with 50% to Trump’s 39%, up from the 49% to 41% lead Biden held in an April 8 poll by the same university. The survey noted that more than two months into the coronavirus crisis in the U.S., Trump’s job approval rating is ticking lower. In an average of national polls from RealClearPolitics, Biden leads Trump by 5.6 points. That average includes the Quinnipiac poll, which was taken May 14-18 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.

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