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US Presidential Elections 2020: Joe Biden Maintains Lead In Key States With Close Contest

According to a Reuters / Ipsos poll survey, six US states will play an important role in the upcoming presidential election.

 

As the US Presidential Election nears, surveys show Democratic rival to US President Donald Trump, Joe Biden has maintained a lead. In one survey, 52 per cent of voters said they will vote for Biden while 44 per cent of people appeared to support President Trump. Biden is leading by 8 per cent. Two per cent of the people have voted for the third candidate and two per cent have not decided yet whom they will vote for.

In the survey, Biden is not only leading at the national level but is also leading in key states where the contest is close. In the survey conducted on Wednesday, 54 per cent people had said they will vote for Biden. However, in many states, especially Michigan, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Florida and Pennsylvania, there is a close contest between the two candidates.

On Saturday, President Trump held four rallies alone in high-stake Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, Democratic candidate Joe Biden holds a lead over Trump in Michigan. According to a Reuters / Ipsos poll survey, six US states will play an important role in the presidential election. In the election, citizens of these six states hold the key to decide who will be the next President of America.

According to a Reuters / Ipsos poll survey, 51 per cent of people in Michigan voted in favour of Democratic candidate Biden, while 44 per cent voted for Trump. In North Carolina, Biden maintained the lead with 49 per cent of the vote, while Trump emerged as a favourable candidate for 46 per cent. There is a margin of three per cent between the two candidates. In Wisconsin, 51 per cent voted in favour of Biden, while 43 per cent voted in favour of Trump. In Florida, there is a contest between the two candidates. In this state, 49 per cent of the voting was done in favour of Biden, while 47 per cent in favour of Trump.

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