US election 2020 polls saw that Democratic party candidate Joe Biden ahead in the swing states from Donald Trump. The last-moment campaign for the US presidential election is underway. Both sides are busy campaigning.
Joe Biden is ahead of Donald Trump at the national level in almost all recent swing states opinion polls ahead of the presidential election. In recent opinion polls, Biden is nationally ahead of Trump by about 11 percentage points.
But there is no reason to be complacent about this. Because, in 2016, Hillary Clinton was also ahead. But in the end, he lost to Trump in the electoral vote. So this time Biden camp is very careful.
According to a report in the British media The Guardian, the results of eight states are considered very important in this election. That being said, the outcome of the upcoming presidential election depends on the results of these eight states.
In this context, all media and surveying organizations in the United States have paid special attention to these states. With increasing importance, public opinion polls are being conducted in these states.
The Guardian analyzes the results of such surveys, taking into account variables such surveys. Based on this analysis, they have given an idea of how far ahead they are in the eight states concerned. Of the eight swing states, the Guardian is considering, Trump and Biden are six states that went from Democrat to Republican in the last election. These are Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa.
Democrats have won in both states under former President Barack Obama. With this trend in mind, Arizona and North Carolina have also been included in the list of swing states. Although the Republicans have won the last few elections in these two states, the situation seems to be a bit different this time.
According to the latest Reuters / Ipsos poll in Florida, 49 percent of voters in the state support Biden. And 47 percent of voters support Trump. It is clear from the calculations that there will be a tough fight in the state. Both camps know that being ahead by 2 percentage points does not guarantee anything. As a result, both parties are campaigning hard to win 29 electoral votes.
In comparison, Biden’s position in Pennsylvania, which has 20 electoral votes, is quite good. The latest poll, conducted by The Hill / Harris X, found that 50.3 percent of the state’s electorate favored Biden. And 44.2 percent of voters are in favor of Trump. In other words, Biden is 6.1 percentage points ahead of Trump in the state.
According to the latest survey conducted by the survey firm Morning Consult, the state of Ohio, which has 18 electoral votes, will also face a lot of competition between the two parties. According to the poll, the state has a voter turnout of 49 percent for Donald Trump and 47 percent for Biden.
According to the poll conducted by Quinnipiac University, voters support Biden at 48 percent and Trump at 47 percent. The Guardian reports that Donald Trump is 1.7 percent ahead of Biden in the state, averaging the results of recent opinion polls conducted in the state.