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New York City icon Yogi Berra once said, “It’s not over until it’s over.”

That sentiment was forcefully brought to the attention of the poll-obsessed establishment media Sunday by another New York City icon, as President Donald Trump shared with reporters the results of the polls that indicate the turn of the presidential election in three main states.

According to the CBS / YouGov poll, voters who have not yet cast their ballots are increasingly leaning towards Trump and away from Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

ABC News White House reporter Katherine Faulders posted a screenshot of the poll on Twitter.

Just now, when we boarded Air Force One, a printout of this survey was left on every seat in the press cabin. Pic.twitter.com / C6uiwdDb0 T

Katherine Faulders (@KFaulders) October 25, 2020.

The poll shows that among Florida voters who have not yet cast their ballots, Trump is leading Biden by 59% to 40%.

In Georgia, the poll found that, among the voters who are getting ready to go to the polls, the president is leading 54 per cent to 44 per cent.

In North Carolina, Trump maintains a 58% to 41% lead among voters who did not engage in early voting.

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More than 40 per cent of the state has already voted in all cases; 51 per cent in North Carolina. For those who voted early on, Biden enjoyed significant leads over Trump.

The error rate for the CBS / YouGov survey was 3.6 percentage points in Florida, 3.4 percentage points in Georgia and 4.1 percentage points in North Carolina.

The President made a campaign swing through Maine on Sunday, signing pumpkins as well as Making America Great Again Caps, according to the Portland Press-Herald.

MOMENTS AGO: President Trump signs pumpkins for fans in Bangor, Maine. Pic.twitter.com / xQ1E50HZDH Please click here.

“He’s such a wonderful president, and with what he’s done for this country, I feel like this is a nice way to honour him,” said 58-year-old Mark Cain of Hampden. “I’m very impressed by how many people have turned up. It’s unbelievable, particularly for something that wasn’t really advertised.

Trump said he delivered to Maine, unlike the Obama administration.

In honour of Maine, guy! https: https:/t.co/cR5fdwgSDh

Constance Mensink, 44, from Bar Harbor, came away with a signed baseball cap and a heightened admiration for the president.

“He’s like a regular guy,” she said. “We just got linked. He made you feel like you’re the only one he’s been talking to. You can see the passion he has for America and the voters.

President @realDonaldTrump is making a brief “off the record” stop at Treworgy Family Orchards in Levant, Maine.

Announced last minute and THOUSANDS of people are turning up pic.twitter.com/Lyk0AyCqBI

Trump has been thronged by supporters during his visit to Maine, according to the Bangor Daily News.

“I think this is great,” Mary Fosnough of Oakland said of the scale of the crowd. “It’s a telling indication, I guess, of who is really winning this thing.”

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