Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenPoll: Trump leads Biden by 7 points in Iowa Biden campaign cancels event in Texas after pro-Trump cars surrounded its bus Obama shooting three pointer while campaigning for Biden goes viral MORE holds a 10-point lead over President TrumpDonald John TrumpPoll: Trump leads Biden by 7 points in Iowa Biden campaign cancels event in Texas after pro-Trump cars surrounded its bus Obama shooting three pointer while campaigning for Biden goes viral MORE in a national poll of registered voters released just two days before the election.
Biden leads Trump in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 52 to 42 percent.
Two weeks ago, the former vice president had an 11-point lead, 54 to 42 percent, NBC News reported.
Biden has a combined 6-point edge, 51 to 45 percent, in the combined 12 battleground states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, according to the poll.
Biden currently holds an 82-point lead among Black voters in the poll, and is ahead of the president by 28 points among voters age 18-34, by 23 points among senior citizens, by 20 points among women, by 15 points among white voters with college degrees and independents.
Trump has a 21-point lead among white voters without college degrees and a 6-point edge among white voters.
Pollsters found that 45 percent of voters now approve of Trump’s job performance, while 52 percent disapprove. The margin was 10 points two weeks ago, with 44 percent approving and 54 percent disapproving.
Almost half of registered voters — 48 percent – also said they would prefer that Democrats control Congress. Forty-three percent chose Republicans. The findings were virtually identical to a survey in August, NBC News noted.
The new survey of 1,000 registered voters, conducted Oct. 29 through Oct. 31, has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.
— Updated at 9:43 a.m.