Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will enter the first presidential debate with tremendous confidence as he continues to maintain a good lead against president Donald in crucial swing states of Michigan and Wisconsin. The first presidential debate will be held on Tuesday night at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, by following all coronavirus precautions. As per the latest NBC News/Marist polls released on Sunday, Biden earned 52 percent of the likely voters' support to Trump's 44 percent in Michigan. The former vice president got much better support in Wisconsin, with 54 percent to Trump's 44 percent. Interestingly, Trump won both the critical swing states in 2016 but failed to capitulate the support during the campaign trail and polls of the 2020 election season.
In both the states, Biden has a majority of support among Black voters, women, seniors, and independents. Comparatively, Trump's only edge is among evangelical Christians. When it comes to selecting the Supreme Court judge, most voters said that the election winner should only choose the Supreme Court's vacant seat. Fifty-six percent in Wisconsin and 54 percent in Michigan said that the election winner should fill the empty Supreme Court seat. The poll was conducted before President Trump announced the selection of Amy Coney Barrett on Saturday. In the race to the Senate in Michigan, Republican leader John James is trailing his Democratic counterpart and the incumbent Gary Peters by five percentage points. Gary Peters leads the race with 49 percent support to 44 percent for John James.
The Marist/ NBC News poll of Wisconsin was held between September 20 and 24th, and for Michigan, it was conducted between September 19 and 23rd. The error margin is ranging from 3.6 percentage points to 4.6 percentage points in both the states. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is leading approximately more than twice against President Trump in both the swing states.
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