A survey released Thursday by right-leaning pollster Rasmussen shows Democratic nominee Joe Biden leading Republican President Donald Trump by 8 points in the key battleground state of Michigan. The survey of likely voters shows Biden with 51% support compared to Trump’s 43%.

Michigan has 16 votes in the electoral college, with Trump landing an upset victory in the state in the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton. Trump won Michigan by just 10,704 votes, a 0.23% margin.

Both Trump and Biden visited Michigan this week. Biden visited the state on Wednesday, making a stop in the Detroit suburb of Warren. Biden outlined his plan to revive manufacturing and bring outsourced jobs back to the United States during the visit.

Trump visited Michigan on Thursday evening, holding a rally in Freeland. Trump claimed he “saved the U.S. auto industry” while also asserting that "no president has done for Michigan what President Trump has done for Michigan.”

Republicans are hoping for high turnout among rural voters in the state, particularly in the upper peninsula. Democrats are looking to draw stronger support from union workers, along with African-Americans in urban areas.

Recent general election polls show Biden with a strong nationwide lead over Trump. A Monmouth University poll released Thursday showed Biden with a 7-point nationwide lead over Trump, 51% to 44%.