Biden hold 17-point lead over Trump in new Wisconsin poll

Daniel Fowler
October 29, 2020

All eyes will be on Texas as both candidates are in a dead heat battle with President Trump trailing the former Vice President in Texas by a 3 points in the latest poll from the Dallas Morning News so the Biden campaign is going all in to try to flip Texas blue.

"This particular year, it has to be a focus because the Republican Party has made such an effort - not in a positive manner - an effort to court or depress the black vote", state House Democratic Leader Robert Reives told Politico.

As we reported earlier, Biden said that he would increase pressure on allies of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko if he became the president of the U.S.

FiveThirtyEight poll aggregators have awarded SurveyMonkey a "D-" pollster rating for its national tracker survey. Democrats' chances of winning control of the Senate have ticked up a few more points to 77 percent. Trump carried the state by about 44,000 votes out of 6.1 million cast in 2016, and the Associated Press reports his campaign relies on drawing historic turnout in conservative strongholds.

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State polls are a bit of a mixed bag today, with little change to the respective averages, but the Sunshine State is where the action is.

Another poll from Gravis Marketing released on Monday showed the former vice president was 14 points ahead of Trump in Minnesota, while a Wisconsin poll from ABC News and The Washington Post showed Biden with a staggering 17-point lead over the president among likely voters in Wisconsin.

In the RealClear Politics polling average, the former Vice President was now leading Trump in a 51.1 percent to 43.6 percent vote. One Ipsos survey of MI released on Monday found that Biden led Trump by 9 points, with 52 percent of voters backing the Democrat.

Most other national surveys have also projected Biden with leads.

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