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Latest Polls: Biden at 53% in Florida; Trump Leads by 2% in GA and 3% in NC

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The website 538 lists five presidential polls in Florida since April 1 and Donald Trump does not lead in any of them.

Each of the polls are by different pollsters and use different methodology.

projects.fivethirtyeight.com/…

Presidential polls florida
Pollsters Biden Trump Dates Links
Florida Atlantic University 53 47 5/8-5/12 business.fau.edu/…
Fox News 46 43 4/18-4/21 www.scribd.com/…
Quinnipiac 46 42 4/16-4/20 poll.qu.edu/…
St. Pete Polls 48 48 4/16-4/17 stpetepolls.org/…
University North FL 46 40 3/31-4/4 www.unf.edu/…

The poll released today by Florida Atlantic University shows Joe Biden with a lead slightly greater than the margin of error of 3.1%. Biden also has a lead greater than the 2.6% margin of error in the Quinnipiac Poll and the 1.7% margin of error for the poll from the University of North Florida.

business.fau.edu/

The Florida Atlantic University poll gives Biden the best news.  In their March survey, Trump was leading 51% to 49%. It is pretty clear that the Sunshine State will once again be close.

A key group of voters are Independents, who currently are slightly breaking for Biden 41% to 39%. However, 63% of Independent voters voting for Trump are excited to support him while  50% Independent voters voting for Biden are excited to support him.

Regionally Biden leads in South Florida (Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties) 61% to 30% while Trump leads in the rest of the State 48% to 42%. Expectations of who will win vary between South Florida thinking Biden will win 56% to 44% while those in the rest of the State expect Trump to win 57% to 43%.

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