(Undated) - A new poll by Zogby Analytics shows the presidential race is too close to call in Ohio, and three other swing states, Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
In Ohio, Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by just two percentage points, 43 to 41%. 11% of voters are undecided, and the other 5% said they're supporting a third-party candidate.
The poll has a margin of error of 3.5%, so the race is too close to call.
While Biden did better with Independents (Biden leads 37% to 28%, 23% not sure), Trump really took it to Biden among swing voters who voted for Obama in 2012 and voted for Trump in 2016. Trump leads in that category 60% to 21%. Trump also performed better than Biden with consumers-weekly Walmart Shoppers (Trump leads 53% to 36%) but was tied with Biden among weekly Amazon shoppers (tied at 43%).
When it came to where Ohio voters live, Trump could not win over urban voters in large cities like he did in Florida (Biden leads 46% to 42%), but Trump did outperform Biden among small city voters (Trump leads 45% to 37%). The former vice president also maintained a healthy lead among suburban voters (Biden leads 43% to 35%) and suburban women (Biden leads 48% to 34%).
The poll was done online, and 805 polls were completed in Ohio.
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