Former Vice President Joe Biden. Photo: Scott Eisen/Getty Images
Why it matters: The 42 electoral votes between the two swing states could prove pivotal in the 2020 election. Trump carried Florida by about a point in 2016, while his opponent Hillary Clinton won by about 5 points in Virginia.
- Worth noting: Biden's lead in Florida is within the +/- 4% margin of error.
- Biden 47%; Trump 45%
- Warren 42%; Trump 51%
- Sanders 44%; Trump 49%
- Buttigieg 45%; Trump 49%
- Biden 49%; Trump 45%
- Warren 44; Trump 48%
- Sanders 45%; Trump 51%
- Buttigieg 45%; Trump 47%
Methodology: The Virginia poll was conducted on Dec. 12-16, the Florida poll was conducted Dec. 11-16. Both used a sample of 625 voters and have a margin of error of +/-4%.