The latest Rasmussen poll shows the presidential race all tied up in the swing state of Pennsylvania.

Trump and Biden are level at 46 percent apiece in Pennsylvania while four percent support a different candidate and four percent are undecided, the Rasmussen Reports poll reveals.

The poll of 1,000 likely voters in Pennsylvania was conducted during the Republican National Convention from Aug. 25 through Aug. 27, and has a margin of error of three percent.

And better yet is President Trump with 27% of the black vote over Joe “You ain’t black!” Biden.

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Rasmussen reported:

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are running dead even in Pennsylvania.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone and online survey of Likely Voters in the Keystone State finds Trump and Biden with 46% support each. Four percent (4%) prefer some other candidate, and another four percent (4%) remain undecided.

Among the 82% of voters who say they are certain now how they will vote in the presidential election, Trump holds a slight 51% to 49% advantage.

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The report continued:

The president carries 86% of the Republican vote and leads among voters not affiliated with either major party by 11 points. Biden takes 81% of the Democrat vote.

Worrisome for the former vice president is his 67% black support, low for a Democrat, with the incumbent earning 27% of the black vote in Pennsylvania. Trump leads among whites and other minority voters.

This survey represents a five-point swing in Trump’s direction since the last time Rasmussen Reports polled Pennsylvania in mid-July, suggesting the president’s position in the Keystone State is improving. It also comes after another poll from Monmouth released earlier this week showed a nine-point swing Trump’s direction over the six weeks from early July to the end of August.

Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes are critical to either candidate’s various pathways to victory. Trump won the state in 2016 against Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, the first time a Republican has flipped Pennsylvania in decades.

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Biden, meanwhile, consistently plays up his Scranton roots and just this week ventured out of his Delaware basement bunker to Pittsburgh for his first in-person campaign event in months.

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