The future looks gloom for President Donald Trump as per multiple polls released with just 25 days to the Election Day. In 2016, Trump was trailing the then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, but this time, the difference is with large margins and minimal scope to bounce back. Starting from his poor handling of the pandemic to the widely discussed debate performance, Trump has got everything against him since the beginning of the year. Adding to his vows, Trump mocked Joe Biden for wearing a mask all the time as recommended by CDC; to his horror, Trump was infected with the coronavirus just a couple days after he mocked the former vice president. The incident became viral across the country, affecting even his support base.
As per multiple polls, Trump is lagging behind the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with a massive difference of 16 and 14 percentage points nationally in CNN/SSRS and NBC/Wall Street Journal polls, respectively. The New York Times/Siena College poll showed that Biden has a lead of 9 points in Arizona and 13 points in Pennsylvania. Trump is lagging even in his favorite pollster - Rasmussen Reports, by more than 10 points. In 2016 both the candidates were fighting for their first White House term, and most voters were undecided in the polls. Unlike 2016, Trump has a track record of four years at the highest office to prove his support for re-election. On the other hand, Joe Biden has over four decades of experience as a Senator and two terms of experience as the vice president, which will eventually help him.
Interestingly, Trump is trailing in the states which he won in 2016. This year’s campaign has been rock solid for Joe Biden. He has been leading Trump for six months continuously in the national RealClearPolitics average ranging from 4 percentage points to 10 percentage points. The last time Trump had a lead was way back in February - March when coronavirus was still in the initial stages in the US.
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