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Swing State Presidential Polls Looking Good

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Donald Trump’s approval rate is quite dismal in many of the key states that will decide the 2020 election, according to Morning Consult.

This is one of a series of polls that show Trump in trouble despite an economy that has been doing well until now.

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  • New Hampshire: 39% to 58%
  • Wisconsin: 42% to 55%
  • Michigan: 42% to 54%
  • Iowa: 42% to 54%
  • Arizona: 45% to 51%
  • Pennsylvania 45% to 52%
  • Ohio: 46% to 50%
  • North Carolina: 46% to 50%
  • Florida: 48% to 48%
  • Indiana: 49% to 46%

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A Quinnipiac Poll of Texas shows Trump losing 48% to 44% to Joe Biden.

Other matchups Texas Quinnipiac Poll :

President Trump at 46 percent to  Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 45 percent;

  • Trump at 47 percent to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at 44 percent;
  • Trump at 48 percent to former U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke with 45 percent;
  • Trump with 46 percent to South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg's 44 percent;
  • Trump at 47 percent to California Sen. Kamala Harris at 43 percent;
  • Trump with 46 percent and former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro at 43 percent.

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Emerson released a North Carolina poll just yesterday that shows Joe Biden leading Trump by 56% to 44%. Though a margin of 12 points looks overly optimistic, it adds to the chorus of polls showing states where Trump may have trouble.

www.detroitnews.com/…

All the top Democratic candidates are leading Trump in Michigan according to the Glengariff Group poll. Biden and Sanders both lead 53% to 41% in a poll published yesterday by the Detroit News.

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