NEW YORK — Who will win the 2020 presidential election?
The final NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll ahead of the election shows Joe Biden leading President Donald Trump by 10 points (52% to 42%).
"Of the 68 percent of voters who say they have already voted or plan to vote early, Biden is ahead, 61% to 35%," according to NBC.
The poll was conducted at the end of October with 1,000 registered voters. The results, which were announced Sunday, come shortly before voters hit the polls nationwide on Tuesday.
"A majority of national voters -- 51 percent -- say there’s no chance they would support Trump, while 40 percent say the same of Biden," NBC reported.
The poll's results show Biden’s “biggest advantages” against President Trump as follows:
- Black voters: 87% to President Trump’s 5%
- Voters ages 18-34: 60% to 32%
- Seniors: 58% to 35%
- Women: 57% to 37%
- Whites with college degrees: 56% to 41%
- Independents: 51% to 36%
"Trump, meanwhile, holds the edge among white voters (51% to 45%) and whites without degrees (58% to 37%)," according to NBC News.
If you’re planning to vote on Tuesday, the polls are open throughout Ohio from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. If you’re mailing in an absentee ballot, it must be postmarked by Monday, Nov. 2. Otherwise, you can drop it off at your local Board of Elections until the polls close at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.