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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 13 October 2020

13 Oct

Twenty-one days, three weeks, to go until Election Day and Vice President Joe Biden continues pounding Donald Trump in all current polling. Polls taken after the Vice-presidential debate show Biden with a double digit lead over Trump. The world continues spiraling downward through the covid-19 pandemic with more than 7,817,863 confirmed cases in the United States, including Trump and his wife, as well as three GOP Senators, and more than 215,355 deaths. Trump thinks he’s Superman proclaiming himself “immune” to covid. In spite of having contracted covid-19, Trump is holding his Nuremberg rallies again and continues to assert the disease is no worse than the flu.  

So, with a mere 21 days until November 3rd, where do we stand?

In national polling, according to the latest USC Dornslife Poll, conducted 29 September – 12 October 2020, of 5,089 likely voters:

Biden 51%
Trump 42%

The latest IBD/TIPP Poll, conducted 08-12 October 2020 of 937 likely voters, has the race lining up like this:

Biden 54%
Trump 41%

In the YouGov Poll, conducted from 9-11 October 2020 of 1,525 likely voters:

Biden 47%
Trump 39%

Running election simulations, Biden beats Trump 15 out of 20 times, or 75% of the time.

Biden 255/Trump 283
Biden 337/Trump 248
Biden 290/Trump 235
Biden 374/Trump 164
Biden 350/Trump 188

Biden 289/Trump 249
Biden 333/Trump 205
Biden 341/Trump 197
Biden 289/Trump 249
Biden230/Trump 308

Biden 407/Trump 131
Biden263/Trump 275
Biden 346/Trump 192
Biden 422/Trump 116
Biden205/Trump 333

Biden 314/Trump 224
Biden 357/Trump 181
Biden 249/Trump 289
Biden 285/Trump 253
Biden 387/Trump 151

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent state polling data available, if the election was today, odds are that Vice President Joe Biden would be the 46th President of the United States, while Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will go down as one of the unmistakably cheap and tawdry individuals to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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