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Who’s ahead in Indiana?

An updating average of 2020 presidential general election polls, accounting for each poll’s quality, sample size and recency

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President: general election, Indiana, 2020
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2,729LV
Oct.20-Nov.2
2,729LV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

Trump

54%
54%
Trump  Trump+10
2,729RV
Oct.20-Nov.2
2,729RV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

Trump

53%
53%
Trump  Trump+9
264LV
Oct.27-Nov.1
264LV
Biden
43%
Biden
43%

Biden

43%

Trump

55%

Jorgensen

2%
55%
TrumpTrump+12
1,147LV
Oct.22-31
1,147LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

53%
53%
Trump  Trump+11
301LV
Oct.23-26
301LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

53%

Jorgensen

5%
53%
TrumpTrump+11
629LV
Oct.18-21
629LV
Biden
40%
Biden
40%

Biden

40%

Trump

48%

Jorgensen

5%
48%
TrumpTrump+8
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