New polls show a six-point lead average for Biden over Trump

New April polls between Donald Trump and presumed Democratic nominee Joe Biden still show a substantial lead for the former Vice President.

New polls from trusted polling organizations show a healthy six-point lead average for Biden over Trump in the general election. USA Today/Suffolk shows a large 10-point lead, while a FOX News poll from the beginning of the month shows the two candidates tied at 42 percent.

Approval ratings for Trump have been falling since he began public press conferences surrounding the country’s response to COVID-19. Biden’s numbers have remained steady despite an accusation of past sexual misconduct that many deem credible.

The Democratic National Convention starts on August 17, where Biden’s candidacy for the general election will be made official. Many are eagerly anticipating his choice for a running mate, which Biden has said will be a woman.