MN-Sen: New Poll Has Sen. Tina Smith (D) Beating Jason Lewis (R) 50-39, Biden Beating Trump 52-43

Here’s the latest news today out of Minnesota courtesy of Research Co.’s latest poll:

The last Republican nominee to carry the North Star State was Richard Nixon in 1972. Clinton defeated Trump by 44,593 votes to secure Minnesota for the Democrats in 2016 (46.4% to 44.9%).

Biden is ahead of Trump by nine points (54% to 45%). The Democratic nominee holds a higher level of support among female decided voters (61%) than among their male counterparts (47%).

Democratic U.S. Senator Tina Smith—who won a Special Election in 2018—stands to earn a full six-year term, with a 13-point advantage over Republican candidate Jason Lewis (55% to 42%).

Here’s the other polling out of Minnesota over the weekend:



— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) November 2, 2020


— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) November 1, 2020


— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 31, 2020

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