Former Vice President Joe Biden is making his way to win the white voters' support in two Southern states of the United States as per the latest poll. He is leading in two key states Georgia and North Carolina, improving his chances to defeat President Trump according to a CBS poll released on Sunday. The CBS News Battleground Tracker poll found that the presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading with 48 percent voters support in North Carolina against President Trump, who has 44 percent of the support. On the other hand, Biden is leading by a minuscule in Georgia, with 46 percent support against Trump's 45 percent.
President Trump displayed his dominance, winning both the states in 2016 and collected 31 votes in the Electoral College. Both Georgia and North Carolina were typically won by the Republicans, giving an empty hand to Democrats. Bill Clinton was the last Democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia that too in 1992. Similarly, only one Democrat has won North Carolina in the last 40 years, Barack Obama won it in 2008. Biden's lead in both the states is such a confidence booster for his team and the campaign. The CBS poll also found one of the crucial aspects since Trump won in 2016; it shows that Trump has slowly lost his ground among the white voters. His support shrank by 12 percentage points in Georgia and seven percentage points in North Carolina. The decrease was mainly among white voters with college degrees.
Among female voters, Biden has a healthy lead of 50 percentage points in both states and holds excellent support of 80 percent among African American voters. The poll was conducted between July 28 and July 31, with a sample size of 1152 registered voters in North Carolina and 1131 registered voters in Georgia. The error margin is estimated to be plus or minus 3.8 points North Carolina and 3.4 points in Georgia.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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