With less than 2 weeks left for the US elections, President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden have been campaigning in states they want to flip in their favor.

Iran PressAmerica: Trump is focusing on Nevada, which has been favoring the Democrats since 2004, while Biden has been seeking support in North Carolina where Obama won last in 2008 while Clinton lost it to Republicans in 2016.
Meantime, the latest polling average puts Democratic challenger Joe Biden ahead of Donald Trump in the national polls.
Currently, the 10-poll average indicates that just over half of Americans intend to back Joe Biden while Trump’s support trails this by around five or six points.
As polls show former Vice President Joseph R. Biden ahead in the race for the presidency, millions of Americans are already voting by mail.
Also, according to the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, Democrat Joe Biden has taken a double-digit lead over Trump.
The former vice president leads Trump 54% to 43% among likely voters in the poll. It's the highest level of support Biden has achieved since the poll began testing the head-to-head matchup in February. Biden has never been below 50% in the question in the Marist poll, and Trump has never been above 44%.
Polling data gathered in a number of key swing states suggests that Joe Biden is the favorite to win the 2020 Presidential Election. The former vice president is currently leading in seven of the eight most hotly-contested states, according to polling analysts FiveThirtyEight. 
Most pollsters agree that Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are the key battlegrounds that will define the course of the election. 

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