According to The Hill News website, the New York Times-Siena College Survey revealed in its poll report released on Monday that Biden gained 10 points in Wisconsin and 8 points in Michigan.
Meanwhile, a CBS News-YouGov tracking poll released on Sunday revealed Trump was trailing from Biden to both Michigan and Nevada. Also Biden was ahead in Wisconsin’s RealClear Politics average by 5.5 points and Michigan by 7 points.
A Reuters-Ipsos poll last week revealed that the former Vice President currently holds a 5 percentage point lead in Pennsylvania and a 6 percent lead in Wisconsin. Biden is receiving 50–50 percent support in these two states, while Trump is getting 45 percent support in Pennsylvania and 44 percent in Wisconsin.
Explain that there are swing states like Florida, Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin for the presidential elections in the US, where both major parties have almost the same support. . In such a situation, these states are very important for the presidential election.
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