Recent polls reveal that Joe Biden maintains his grip on the 2020 race for president.
CNN reports Biden's up 52% to 42% over President Donald Trump among likely voters nationally.
Biden has a 50% to 44% edge over Trump in the key battleground state of Wisconsin as well.
Biden's point advantages are the exact same they were before the party conventions.
The polls are reflective of a race that barely budges even after two conventions, protests and unrest.
47th vice president of the United States, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee
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on September 2, 2020 • Newsmax