The latest survey of voters in New Jersey predicts former Vice President Joe Biden will easily grab the Garden State's 14 electoral votes next month.

The Rutgers-Eagleton Poll conducted Oct. 18-24, found Biden leading among likely voters with 61% to President Donald Trump's 37%.

The survey found that Biden's support cut across the state's diverse spectrum, with the Democrat leading Trump in most demographics and basically tying with Trump in two.

Among non-white voters, Biden leads with 78%.

Among city dwellers, Biden leads with 78%.

Among women, Biden leads with 70%.

Among those with graduate degrees, Biden leads with 68%.

Among lower-income voters, Biden leads with 66%.

Among those with college degrees, Biden leads with 65%.

Among senior citizens, Biden leads with 62%.

Among suburban voters, Biden leads with 61%.

Among those living in less densely populated areas, Biden leads with 61%.

Among voters in the Philadelphia metro area and South Jersey, Biden leads with 60%.

Among those without college education, Biden leads with 56%.

Among wealthy voters, Biden leads with 55%.

Among independent voters, Biden leads with 54%.

Biden does less well with men overall, leading Trump with just 51%.

And among white voters overall, Biden and Trump tie with 49%.

The poll's margin of error is plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.

Another recent poll by Stockton University found Biden leading Trump among likely New Jersey voters, 56% to 36%.

Both polls found that Biden had a considerable lead among voters who already had cast their ballot through the mail or dropbox.

Interestingly, the 1,000 adults questioned in the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll had little faith in the kind of public opinion polls they were participating in, with 54% of them having little or no trust that polls could predict a winner. Republican voters had the least trust of all, the poll found.