Democratic nominee Joe Biden has a 7-point lead over Republican President Donald Trump in the key battleground state of Wisconsin, according to a poll released Thursday by Emerson College/NewsNation.

The survey shows Biden with 51% support among likely Wisconsin voters, with Trump at 44% support. The poll, conducted from Sept. 6-8, has a 3.4-point margin of error.

Wisconsin, which has 10 electoral votes, was won by Trump in 2016. He narrowly held off Hillary Clinton by a 0.77% margin, 47.2% to 46.4%.

The Emerson College/NewsNation poll comes after the right-leaning Rasmussen Reports released a poll this week that showed Biden leading Trump in Michigan by 8 points, and a survey by St. Pete Polls showing Biden with a 3-point lead on Trump in Florida.

Both Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris visited Wisconsin on Labor Day. Harris visited an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers training center in Milwaukee, while Pence went to La Crosse, where he visited Dairyland Power Cooperative.

Trump visited the city of Kenosha on Sept. 1 following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man. Trump touted his “law and order” message during the visit, meeting with law enforcement and surveying property damage from rioting in the city.

Biden visited Kenosha a few days after Trump, holding a community listening session with activists at a local church. Biden also met with members of Blake’s family during the visit.

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