More polls and some doozies. I'm going to drop any pretense, because I'm pretty sure it's not a secret where I stand. Good news should be interpreted as good for Biden. Bad news as good for Trump.
Three polls are showing a somewhat competitive race on the national. ABD/TIPP still has Biden up by an average of 2.5 based on different turnout models. HarrisX has Biden up by 4. Rasmussen by 3. The latter two polls though have always been well below the average. But still, that's a few polls showing a closeish race.
That being said, most polls have Biden up by around 10% including SurveyUSA (10) and Times (9). On average he still has a 9.9 point lead... so the race is slightly tightening, but not by a huge margin.
The good news is basically everything on the state level.
Change Research and Civiqs show Biden up by 4 and 5 in Florida respectively. Biden currently has a 3.5% lead in Florida atm. Trump has less than a 1% chance of winning if Biden wins in Florida.
Pennsylvania has seen some polls shifting towards Trump, but the latest polls are better with Suffolk University showing a 6 point lead, and Quinnipac showing 8 points. Quinnipac also shows an even race in Texas. A loss in either state is fatal to the Trump campaign.
Biden's lead is also pretty steady in Arizona. Of the past 36 or so polls, Biden has been ahead in about 33 of them.
Really Good News
The most notable news is in the state of Iowa. Monmouth and Times/Sienna (two polls rated A+ by fivethirtyeight) have Biden up by 3% and 5% respectively.
If Biden wins Iowa, he has a greater than 99% chance of winning the election. Not because Iowa's six electoral votes are that important, but because if Biden wins Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania are virtually a lock, and a win in Ohio would be fairly likely.
So, over this week, we've seen a slight dip in the national polls for Biden, but a slight increase in state level polling. Both show more or less the same picture of a race that is Biden's to lose.