US Presidential Election 2020: In a series of polls, Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump, as the candidates campaigned for the race for White House and gave final touches before polling ends on Tuesday.
A New York Times/Siena College poll showed Biden ahead in all the key swing states that Trump carried in 2016 – Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona and Wisconsin. Another poll by the CNN showed Biden up in Arizona, Michigan and North Carolina, also states Trump won in 2016.
Biden was seen as the more compassionate and eligible candidate and the one more able to unify the country. In a post-poll done by ABC/Washington, showed Trump ahead in Florida and the same poll showed Biden well ahead, 51%-44% in Pennsylvania.
“Every single vote will matter. The power to change this country is in your hands,” Biden said at a campaign event. Biden focused on Pennsylvania, where he and wife Jill Biden and vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris and her husband Dug Emhoff will be carpet-covering on Monday, whereas Trump undertook a whirlwind tour of five battleground states while
Tensions are already rising. FBI is probing the blockade of a Biden campaign bus on a Texas highway by Trump supporters. Trump backers also blocked traffic on two highways in the New York-New Jersey area. White House is being fenced, and several businesses boarded up.
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