A new poll released Friday shows presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden with an 11-point lead in Michigan over President Donald Trump. The EPIC-MRA survey shows Biden with 51% support in the crucial battleground state, with Trump at 40%.

The survey, conducted from July 25 to July 30, has a 4-point margin of error. The survey showed 6% of Michiganders are undecided, with 3% supporting Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgenson.

Trump won Michigan by a 0.23% margin over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, the first Republican candidate to win the state since George H.W. Bush in 1988. Trump beat out Clinton by only 10,704 votes after some blue counties saw weaker-than-expected turnout.

Michigan has 16 electoral votes and is one of the most coveted states by both campaigns. The Biden campaign has touted the Obama administration auto bailout to point out that Biden has fought for blue-collar manufacturing workers in the state.

"Michiganders are fed up with Donald Trump’s failed policies that have put the wealthy and well-connected first and Michigan’s workers last, and they’re ready for a president who tells them the truth, has their backs, and knows what it will take to build our economy back better than it was before and create good-paying manufacturing jobs," Eric Hyers, Michigan state director for the Biden campaign said Friday. "That’s Joe Biden — and that’s a message we’re going to take directly to voters across Michigan."

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has upended Michigan politics, with Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer having implemented strict lockdown policies to curb the outbreak. Trump has frequently feuded with Whitmer, and tweeted his support for anti-lockdown protesters in Lansing, the state’s capital.

The Trump campaign has pushed for the first presidential debate to take place before early voting starts in Michigan.

“I expect at least 50% of votes to be cast before Election Day,” Trump Campaign Manager Bill Stepien said.

Recent polls show Biden beating Trump in other battleground states such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Florida.