Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 12 percent in Wisconsin and 7 percent in Michigan to swing states poll. Only two days left before the US presidential election.
The battle between Trump and Biden in the battleground states of Arizona and North Carolina swing states leads results to be fierce. The gap in public support between the two states has narrowed.
Recently, a new CNN poll conducted by the survey and market research firm SSRS, CNN said. This information has been reported between Trump and Biden.
According to the report, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona and North Carolina Donald Trump won all four states in the 2016 election.
The total number of electoral college votes in the US election is 538. To be elected president, a candidate has to get votes from 270 electoral colleges. If Trump loses in any of the states in the November 3 election it will be very difficult for him to get the votes of 270 electoral colleges.
According to the poll, a large proportion of those who have already voted in advance by post or in person is in favor of Biden. And among those who will vote on November 3, Trump has more supporters.
Biden is just 4 points ahead of Trump in the state of Arizona with 11 electoral votes, according to a new poll. This time around, Biden is surprisingly ahead of the Republicans.
In this state, 50 percent of voters support Biden, and 46 percent support Trump. Wisconsin has 10 electoral votes. Biden is in a good position in this state. Here, 52 percent of voters support Biden, and 44 percent support Trump.
North Carolina has 15 electoral votes. The Republicans have won the last two presidential elections in the state, but this time it may be different. This time, Biden is a little ahead of Trump.
There are 51 percent voters for Biden and 45 percent for Trump. A poll conducted this week by NBC News / Marist College also found Biden to be slightly ahead of Trump in the state.
Democrats also have a good position in Michigan. The state has 16 electoral votes. Biden received 53 percent of the vote in the state. And 41 percent of voters support Trump.
The report added that the majority of white voters in Michigan and Wisconsin support Biden. Among the two states, 61 percent of white voters with a college degree support Biden, 50 percent support Arizona and 51 percent support North Carolina.
And the majority of white voters in these states who do not have a college degree are in favor of Trump. In North Carolina, Trump’s rate is 64 percent.
In all four states, more than 55 percent of women voters support Biden. Male voters in North Carolina and Arizona are overwhelmingly supportive of Trump.
In Michigan and Wisconsin, however, male voter support rates have split between Trump and Biden.