Polls show Trump pulling ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden in the key states of Florida and Arizona. Though the leads are narrow, these results are extremely promising as Trump won each of these swing states in 2016.
A Washington Post-ABC News poll reported that 51 percent of the surveyed Florida voters plan to vote for President Trump in November’s election. Many analysts believe that Florida’s 29 Electoral College votes could be a crucial factor in determining who will win the election.
The poll also shows Trump ahead in Arizona by a closer margin of one percent. It seems that the silent majority will not remain quiet for much longer.
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) September 23, 2020
In 2016, Trump was able to win Arizona’s 11 Electoral College votes by 4.1 percentage points. The President also clinched Florida’s 29 key electoral votes on his way to winning the presidency. Surely, Democrats are starting to get nervous as the race is tightening up.
In a report from The New York Times, registration in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin among whites without college degrees, one of Trump’s largest bases of support, is up by 46 percent while registration among people of color is only up 4 percent. Reflecting a larger interest in Trump supporters to register to vote ahead of the election than Biden supporters.
“In Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin registration among whites without college degrees
is up by 46 percent while registration by people of color is up by only 4 percent.” https://t.co/cUMltAgfry
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) September 23, 2020