Former vice president Joe Biden is again leading the poll by three percentage points among likely North Carolina voters, as per the new poll. North Carolina is one of the critical swing states won by President Donald Trump in the 2016 elections, and it would be quite interesting to see who the voters’ would elect this time. The Suffolk University/USA Today poll showed that 46 percent of the likely voters in North Carolina prefer Joe Biden as their president compared to 43 percent, who opted for President Donald Trump. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has been maintaining. The lead consistently against Trump in North Carolina and other states.
Biden’s lead is a great advantage for his campaign as Election Day is just under two months to go. Over the last few months, Biden earned a 4-point lead in the Fox News poll on September 2nd, a 2-point lead in the Monmouth University poll on September 3rd, and a 3-point lead in CNN/SRSS poll released on Tuesday. In another survey by Real Clear Politics held from August 29th to September 14th, Biden had a slight advantage of 0.9 percentage points to Trump in the general election polling. In 2016, Trump won all the 15 Electoral College votes of North Carolina by 3.8 percentage points. North Carolina is known for its swing nature of electing a Republican and a Democrat consecutively in the previous elections. For instance, President Obama won North Carolina in 2008 but lost the state to former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in 2012.
The latest Suffolk University/USA Today poll reports that Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham had a slight edge over Republican incumbent Senator Thom Tillis. The poll reveals that there could possibly be a close battle for the Senate. The Suffolk University USA Today poll took place between September 11th to September 14th with a sample size of 500 likely voters in North Carolina. The error margin for the survey is plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.
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