Polls released Sunday by CBS News/YouGov show presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden with leads in two states President Trump carried in 2016.

In North Carolina, Biden leads Trump, 48%-44%. In Georgia, Biden has a slim edge of 46%-45%. The two states have 31 combined electoral votes.

Both states are considered crucial to Trump's reelection hopes. In 2016, Trump carried North Carolina with 49.83% of the vote and Georgia with 50.44% of the vote. The last time a Democratic presidential candidate won Georgia was in 1992, when Bill Clinton edged incumbent George H.W. Bush and with billionaire businessman Ross Perot receiving 13.3%.

The polls show that white voters in both states strongly oppose Trump.

In a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Wednesday, Trump's overall job approval ratings showed 40% approval and 58% disapproval.

In an ABC News/Washington Post poll released in mid-July, six in 10 Americans said they disapproved of how Trump is handling the coronavirus pandemic. Polls collected by FiveThirtyEight.com on July 31 show that 58.3% disapprove of Trump's handling of the pandemic, while 37.6% approve.

The polls come at a time when Biden is set to announce his running mate. Biden has said he would announce his choice in early August and that he would pick a woman. Among the potential running mates are Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., former National Security Adviser Susan Rice and Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill.

Trump and Biden are scheduled to debate on Sept. 29 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.