After the overall country-wide lead in the polls by Fox News, former Vice President Joe Biden has now demonstrated his lead in Wisconsin and Ohio states. According to a couple of polls released on Wednesday, Democratic presumptive nominee Joe Biden widened his lead over President Donald Trump in Wisconsin and has a narrow lead in Ohio. It is important to note that these two are key swing states in the Midwest of the United States. In the 2016 presidential elections, President Trump won by a narrow margin in Wisconsin to turn the state from Democratic to Republican.
As per the Marquette University Law School poll, Joe Biden has 49 percent of voters' support in Wisconsin, which is up by 8 points to that of President Donald Trump. Coming to the state of Ohio, a new poll from Quinnipiac University found that Biden has 46 percent of the voter's support, and Trump is just behind with 45 percent support. During the 2016 elections, Trump had an 8 point lead in Ohio, and the people of Ohio have always voted for the eventual presidential winner for more than five decades. Joe Biden's best friend and former boss Barack Obama won both the swing states of Ohio and Wisconsin in 2012 and they were flipped to Republican Trump in 2016. Most political experts believe that these two are the critical states for the victory of either of the candidates in November 2020. Furthermore, Trump's support among the Republicans has decreased over the months by 10 points, from 93 to 83 percent as per the Marquette polls.
Donald Trump's approval ratings also slumped down as per the polls for the third consecutive month. Overall, 1139 registered voters took part in Ohio from June 18 to June 22 in the Quinnipiac poll, and it has an error margin of plus or minus 2.9 percentage points. On the other hand, the Marquette survey was conducted with 805 registered voters in Wisconsin by landline or mobile phone from June 14 to June 18. The margin of error is plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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