(KWWL) -- With one week until Election Day, a new survey shows a tight race for the White House.
Every day, Rasmussen Reports comes out with an updated presidential race survey.
The latest survey of likely U.S. voters shows Joe Biden earning 49% support and President Donald Trump earning 47%. Three percent prefer another candidate, while two percent are undecided.
The margin of error is +/- 2.5 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. 1,500 likely voters were surveyed both online and over the telephone.
On Monday, President Trump was ahead for the first time since mid-September, edging out Biden 48% to 47%. According to Rasmussen, the race has been tightening since the start of October.
The latest report shows the President is earning 82% support among Republicans. Biden has 78% of the Democratic vote.
The most current NBC News poll shows Biden leading the race at 51.7% and President Trump at 43.9%.