The presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden has a comfortable 7-percentage point lead against President Donald Trump in the crucial swing state of North Carolina. As per the new survey, Democratic candidates for governor and Senate of the North Carolina state are also leading to their Republican counterparts. The NBC News/Marist poll released on Monday shows that a majority of the registered voters in the state support former vice president, Joe Biden. More than half, 51 percent believe in Biden to be the next President of the United States, while only 44 percent of them prefer to have Donald Trump.
With the 2020 general elections under 100 days to go, the survey also finds that down-ballot Democrats in North Carolina are enjoying additional leads in the race to the White House. Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham, who is up against Republican incumbent Thom Tillis secured 50 percent of the support from the registered voters. In comparison, Tillis has only got 41 percent of the support as per the poll. Democratic incumbent Governor Roy Cooper, who is fighting for his second term, is also leading with 58 percent against Lt Gov. Dan Forest. The latter has only 38 percent support from the registered voters. Interestingly, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Thursday, Biden opened up with a 13- point lead against Donald Trump in Florida, the state from which he won his presidency.
Not only Florida but Biden is showing his winning power in other states as well. A series of CNN-SSRS state polls show that the former Vice President is leading Trump by 51 percent to just 46 percent in Florida; 52 percent to 40 percent for Trump in Michigan and 49 percent to 45 percent in Arizona. Trump won all the above three states with tiny margins in 2016. He won Florida by 1.3 percentage points, Michigan by a mere 0.3 percentage points and Arizona by 4.1 percentage points. So, the fight between the two White House experienced candidates this time would be a nail-biting event in November. NBC News/Marist poll took place between July 14 and 22nd, surveying 1067 adults with an estimated error margin of 3.7 percentage points.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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