For everyone in America hoping that the country can begin its long process of recovery in November 2020 after Donald Trump is summarily booted from the White House, the latest polls in battleground states are offering a glimmer of hope.
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) May 28, 2020
In Missouri, a state Trump won by 18.5 percent over Hillary Clinton in 2016, his lead has slipped to just four points, slightly outside the margin of error. Waning support in a state like Missouri may lead Biden to the White House in 2020 and send Trump packing.
We Ask America conducted the poll in Missouri and reported that:
‘President Trump is receiving 90% of support from Republicans while Vice President Biden is getting 92% of Democrats,” the survey found. “Among Independents, Biden holds a 47-29% lead. This is driven largely by a thirty-one-point lead (58%-27%) with Independent Women.’
Just as important as the presidential elections are down-ticket races, including gubernatorial and congressional races. While Republican candidate Mike Parson is still eight points ahead of his challenger, Democrat Nicole Galloway, a large number of undecided voters, at 15 percent, could change the balance in 2020 entirely.
Real Clear Politics shows Biden ahead in a number of battleground states, including Arizona, Michigan, and Virginia, states that all went to Trump in 2016. Should Trump lose any of those three states, the electoral college map may quickly fall out of his favor and go easily to Biden in November.
— P.J. Fournier | 338Canada | Qc125 (@Qc_125) May 22, 2020
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