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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 27 October 2020

Seven days (one week) to go until Election Day and Vice President Joe Biden is continuing to lead Donald Trump in all current polling. The former Vice-president continues to lead Trump by double digits leading into the final week of the 2020 campaign. The country continues spiking upward with covid-19 cases with more than 8,708,533 Americans confirmed to have contracted the virus, with more than 225,792 deaths. Trump continues proclaiming himself “immune” to covid, and even though the country is in the midst of a huge spike, Trump continues to claim the country has turned the corner. Trump continues attacking medical experts and scientists as well as holding his Nuremberg rallies without requiring masks or social distancing. In the past week he tried to paint Joe Biden as somehow not being fit for office because he would “listen to the scientists.”

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

In national polling, according to the latest USC Dornsife Poll, conducted 13-26 October 2020, of 5,293 likely voters:

Biden 54%
Trump 42%

The latest CNBC/Hart Research/Public Opinion Strategies Poll, conducted 21-24 October 2020 of 800 registered voters, has the race lining up like this:

Biden 51%
Trump 40%

In the YouGov Poll, conducted from 23-25 October 2020 of 1,350 likely voters:

Biden 54%
Trump 42%

Running election simulations, Biden beats Trump 16 out of 20 times, with Trump winning four times.

Biden 416/Trump 122
Biden 377/Trump 161
Biden 397/Trump 141
Biden 392/Trump 146
Biden256/Trump 282

Biden 334/Trump 204
Biden 375/Trump 163
Biden 304/Trump 234
Biden228/Trump 310
Biden250/Trump 288

Biden 320/Trump 218
Biden 323/Trump 215
Biden 428/Trump 110
Biden 384/Trump 154
Biden235/Trump 303

Biden 332/Trump 206
Biden 416/Trump 122
Biden 317/Trump 221
Biden 342/Trump 196
Biden 307/Trump 231

As far as the White House’s national race 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. At the same time, Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will go down as one of the incontrovertibly cheap and vulgar individuals to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on October 27, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 20 October 2020

Fourteen days (two weeks) to go until Election Day and Vice President Joe Biden continues leading Donald Trump in all current polling. Many polls continue to show Biden with a double digit lead over Trump. The country continues spiraling downward through the covid-19 pandemic with more than 8,237,630 confirmed cases in the United States, including Trump, his wife, and son, Baron, as well as three GOP Senators, with more than 220,609 deaths. Trump continues proclaiming himself “immune” to covid, and even though the country is in the midst of yet another spike, trump continues to claim we have turned the corner. Trump has spent the past few days attacking medical experts and scientists and continues holding his Nuremberg rallies without requiring masks or social distancing.  

So, with a mere 14 days until November 3rd, where do we stand?

In national polling, according to the latest USC Dornslife Poll, conducted 6-12 October 2020, of 5,488 likely voters:

Biden 54%
Trump 41%

The latest Sienna College/NY Times Upshot Poll, conducted 15-18 October 2020 of 987 likely voters, has the race lining up like this:

Biden 50%
Trump 41%

In the YouGov Poll, conducted from 16-18 October 2020 of 1,583 likely voters:

Biden 48%
Trump 37%

Running election simulations, Biden beats Trump 18 out of 20 times, with Trump winning once, and one tie.

Biden 323/Trump 215
Biden 305/Trump 233
Biden 419/Trump 119
Biden 328/Trump 210
Biden 319/Trump 219

Biden 386/Trump 152
Biden 435/Trump 103
Biden 279/Trump 259
Biden252/Trump 286
Biden 432/Trump 106

Biden 416/Trump 122
Biden 278/
Trump 260
Biden 346/
Trump 192
Biden 289/
Trump 249
Biden 269/Trump 269
(US House decides the outcome)

Biden 324/Trump 214
Biden 274/Trump 264
Biden 300/Trump 238
Biden 378/Trump 160
Biden 335/Trump 203

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 unquestionably cut-rate and tasteless individuals to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on October 21, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 13 October 2020

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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Posted by on October 13, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 06 October 2020

Twenty-eight days to go until Election Day and Vice President Joe Biden continues pounding Donald Trump in all current polling. Polls taken after the first debate show Biden with a double digit lead over Trump. The world continues spiraling downward through the covid-19 pandemic with more than 7,467,186 confirmed cases in the United States, including Trump and his wife, as well as three GOP Senators, and more than 210,355 deaths. In spite of having contracted covid-19, Trump continues to claim the disease is no worse than the flu, and that Americans “shouldn’t be afraid of it.”

So, with a mere 28 days until November 3rd, where do we stand?

In national polling, the latest CNN/SSRS Poll, conducted 01-04 October 2020 of 1,001 likely voters, has the race lining up like this:

  • Biden 57%
  • Trump 41%

According to the USC Dornslife Poll, conducted 22 September – 05 October 2020, of 4,914 likely voters:

  • Biden 54%
  • Trump 42%

In the SurveyUSA Poll, conducted from 01-04 October 2020 of 1,114 likely voters:

  • Biden 53%
  • Trump 43%

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 unequivocally second-rate persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on October 6, 2020 in 2020 Election, Uncategorized

 

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