No, because A) it's from Politifact (which IS biased, whether you want to accept that, or not) and B) I read the link 15 minutes after I woke up & I had little interest in searching for info at that point.
Ooh, 1316 participants! Now, THAT'S a deep dive! As usual, the poll showed what the pollsters wanted it to show. Nothing written about where the respondents live, just that the calls were made "around the country". That cold mean "only places where fewer Republicans live" and that wouldn't be far from the truth in light of the fact that they were outnumbered by Democrats AND independents.
I'm not disputing the poll results, I just think a larger sample should be used if such a claim is to be made regarding a country with 168 million voters, especially with the typically low election turnout- Normally, Americans are unusually lazy when it comes to voting and I'm not sure how Biden would have received close to 16 million more votes than Hillary Clinton.
Edit- as I wrote, you don't accept this. That's not good or bad, it just is.