The New York Times: Biden leads Trump in 4 swing states

The New York Times: Biden leads Trump in 4 swing states
The New York Times: Biden leads Trump in 4 swing states

Books – Muhammad Safwat:

The New York Times revealed a new opinion poll, conducted by the American newspaper in cooperation with New York-based Siana College, with potential voters, the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, ahead of his Republican rival, President Donald , in 4 swing states. Those states may vote for the Democratic candidate. .

The “New York Times” reported that Biden has a clear advantage over Trump in 4 of the most important swing states in the 2020 presidential election, backed by the support of voters who did not participate in the 2016 elections and who seem to be turning out now, in large numbers to vote, especially for the Democrats.

According to the newspaper, Biden leads in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida and Arizona, and has a majority in Wisconsin, where it is 11 points ahead of Trump, and Biden scored 52% compared to 41% in favor of the current US president.

In Florida, Biden is ahead by about 17 points, thanks to voters who did not participate in the 2016 elections and decided to go to the 2020 elections, and in Pennsylvania, the Democratic candidate is 12 points ahead of Trump, and by 7 points in Arizona.

The New York Times said that the electoral bloc of white, college-educated voters fled the Republican Party under Trump, a traditional Republican bloc, which gave Biden an advance in the numbers of white voters with college degrees in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Arizona, outperforming him by 48% To 45%, with that constituency in Florida.

The poll found that the two candidates split the vote for Hispanic Americans roughly evenly, with Biden only one point ahead of his rival, Trump.

While most opinion polls in the country favor Biden, the advanced nationwide, slightly, Trump appears confident of his victory, relying on the “joyful and surprising” experience his record in the last election has, and is counting on repeating the same scenario.

Today, during his visit to the headquarters of the Republican Party in Arlington County in Virginia, Trump said that he had heard good news from several states regarding the conduct of the electoral process, noting that there were unprecedented large gatherings in the current elections.

He stressed that he would see unprecedented and good final results for the American elections, and called on Americans to go to the presidential elections and vote for him, stressing the need to announce the final result as soon as possible, indicating that the result cannot be postponed for days and weeks, justifying that the Americans and the world are waiting for the election result.

Trump said that winning is easy and losing is difficult, expecting that the results of the election winner will be announced today, adding: “We will achieve great success in Texas and do well in Arizona.”

He noted that he has the support of a lot of African Americans and Hispanics.

Today, Tuesday, the United States of America is witnessing the 2020 presidential election race between President Donald Trump, who is seeking to win a second term, and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, who is best known for his work as the country’s former vice president, Barack Obama, for eight years.

So far, more than 100 million Americans have participated in electronic voting via mail to make it easier for those who cannot go to the electoral commissions due to the precautionary measures to combat the emerging Corona virus.

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