Opinion election poll suggests, US President Donald Trump is far behind the Democrat candidate in the northwestern state of Pennsylvania. He losing his position on the ballot.
Democrat candidate Joe Biden in Pennsylvania is 12 points ahead of Trump, according to an election poll conducted by Monmouth University. The state of Pennsylvania is considered an important ‘swing state’ for national elections because of its mixed population.
Tuesday, released The poll found that 54 percent of registered voters in the state support Biden. 42 percent of voters support Donald Trump. Analyzing the results of the survey, it is said that Biden will be ahead by 6 to 10 points even if the voter turnout varies across the state.
Multiple opinion polls conducted in Pennsylvania all the results are in favor of Joe Biden. J.J. Balaban, one of the Democrat strategists there, said there were doubts about the results of one or two polls.
In almost every survey in Pennsylvania, Biden is seen as a pioneer. Balaban thinks Trump has failed to make himself acceptable to the people here. He thinks Trump has no popularity with the local media in the state of Pennsylvania.
Several areas in the state of Pennsylvania have recently voted for Democrats, sometimes for Republicans. In those areas too, Joe Biden is ahead by an average of 10 points. The northwestern part of the state, including Philadelphia, is already known as a Democrat-backed area.
Joe Biden was ahead by 4 points in Pennsylvania in a survey from Monmouth University just a month ago. A new poll 28 days before the election has sparked outrage among Democrats in Biden’s position in the state. A survey conducted by the New York Times, CBS, Fox News found Biden to be ahead by the same margin here.
Patrick Marie, director of the Polling Institute at Monmouth University, said Biden has been able to raise public opinion in Pennsylvania in two cases.
Among the silent voters in the 2016 election who did not go to the polls, their active support is now seen in favor of Biden. Similarly, there has been supported for Biden among black voters who are indifferent to the 2016 vote.