WASHINGTON — Former Vice President Joe Biden widened his lead against President Donald Trump in a new head-to-head poll from Quinnipiac University, which had the presumptive Democratic nominee up 11 points.

The poll, released Wednesday, found that voters supported Biden over Trump 50%-39%. Of Democrats surveyed, 88% said they would vote for Biden while 5% said they’d vote for Trump. Of Republicans, 87% chose Trump while 8% chose Biden. Independents favored Biden over Trump 47%-36%.

Biden’s lead is up from Quinnipiac’s national poll of voters in early April, when voters favored Biden over Trump 49%-41%; the change is within the survey’s margin of error.

Biden’s lead comes as states are beginning to roll out reopening plans amid the coronavirus pandemic. More voters disapprove of Trump’s response to