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Nearly 4 in 10 registered US voters support delaying the November election until coronavirus is under control, according to a new poll.
The TargetSmart survey found that 68 percent of voters think the pandemic will have a big effect on turnout in November. That number includes 80% of Democrats, 66% of independents and 58% of Republicans.
This is Joan Greve in Washington, taking over for Martin Pengelly.
The Democratic super PAC Priorities USA is out with a new ad contrasting Trump’s comments downplaying the coronavirus pandemic and doctors’ pleas for more personal protective equipment and ventilators.