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US election polls: Trump cuts Biden's poll lead to six points

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US election polls: Trump cuts Biden's poll lead to six points

US election polls: Trump cuts Biden's poll lead to six points

A look at the seven-day rolling average of the approval rating of USPresidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump, courtesy ofRealClearPolitics.


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