If the poll numbers ring true, Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden looks poised for a decisive victory in the presidential election. But four years ago on Election Day the numbers also looked good for Hillary Clinton. Since then election analysts and pollsters have changed their methods and retooled their data. With the 2020 general election taking place during a pandemic that has led to a surge in early mail-in voting and fewer undecided voters.
So where does the race stand with hours to go before polls close? Anchor Briana Vannozzi talks to the experts: Krista Jenkins, director of the Fairleigh Dickinson University Poll, and Patrick Murray, founding director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute.