Voters Believe Winner of Election Should Fill Court Vacancy, Poll Shows

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A Times/Siena College poll showed that 56 percent said the next president should nominate a Supreme Court justice. And Joe Biden retained a clear lead over President Trump, 49 to 41 percent.
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45th president of the United States
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Voters favor Biden over Trump on almost all major issues, a New York Times/Siena College poll found.
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47th vice president of the United States, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee
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