As the U.S. Presidential Election is only a week away, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are gearing up to win the race.
According to a RealClearPolitics survey conducted over a 13-day period from October 12th to the 25th, Joe Biden is at 50.8 percent, around eight percent higher than Trump.
The Economist, meanwhile, predicts that Biden has a 96 percent chance of winning.
President Trump on Monday visited Pennsylvania, one of the so-called "swing states" where his campaign trail hit three different cities in one day.
Trump emphasized that Biden's energy policy will cause great economic damage to Pennsylvania.
"Vote for Biden is a vote to offshore your jobs, ban fracking and deliver economic ruin to Pennsylvania and to your families."
Biden visited the campaign office at Chester, Pennsylvania not too far from his home in Delaware.
On a day when COVID-19 deaths are on the rise in the U.S., Biden slammed Trump for his handling of the pandemic.
"The bottom line is Donald Trump is the worst possible president, the worst possible person to try to lead us through this pandemic."
However, it is still hard to predict just who is going to win as data shows that Democrats have shown a tendency to vote early while Republicans are willing to wait until election day on November 3rd.
Jang Tae-hyun, Arirang News.