The latest 2020 election poll update has Joe Biden’s lead slipping as he falls below 50% and GOP voters decide to stick with Donald Trump, IBD/TIPP finds.
Joe Biden’s lead over Donald Trump has narrowed as Republican voters decide to stick with the president and the Democrat’s support has fallen below 50%, today’s IBD/TIPP 2020 election poll update finds.
The latest IBD/TIPP Trump vs. Biden poll update shows the Democratic challenger leading the Republican incumbent by 5.2 points, 48.7%-43.5%, in a four-way presidential poll of likely voters. Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen has the support of 2.5%, and Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins 1.2%.
WNU Editor: What is important in politics is optics and trend lines. And the trend lines look to be favorable for President Trump with the election now over two weeks away.
I mentioned this in the previous post, but it deserves repeating (see below updates).
Update: Rasmussen Daily Tracking is saying that 48% of likely voters approve of President Trump’s performance (link here). President Obama was tracking a 50% approval rating at the same time in his campaign in 2012.
Update #2: The most accurate pollster for 2016 and 2018 is Robert C. Cahaly and he sees the following …. President Trump in the lead in Florida, Michigan, and Arizona. Only slightly behind in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. If true, this will mean the re-election of President Trump.