The incumbent President of the United States, Donald Trump, has overtaken his rival Joseph Biden in the upcoming presidential elections in polls in several states where the main struggle is expected to be. The US presidential election will take place on November 3.
Relevant data are provided on the website of the political science network resource Real Clear Politics.
Thus, in Ohio, Trump is supported by 47.4% of voters, while his opponent is supported by 46%. In North Carolina, Trump currently has 47.8% of respondents versus 47.2% of Biden’s.
The minimum advantage – 47.8% against 47.6% in favor of Trump is observed in Georgia. In Iowa, Trump won the support of 47.2% of voters against Biden’s 45.8%.
However, on average, Biden is 6.8% ahead of Trump in popularity among voters.
Trump represents Republicans, Biden represents Democrats. Michael Pence and Kamala Harris are candidates for the post of US Vice President.
Read more about the US elections in the RBC-Ukraine material “Victory at any cost. Can Trump stay on as US President.”
Recall, according to a Reuters / Ipsos poll, the majority of the US population is ready to accept any result of the presidential election, regardless of whether they support Donald Trump or Joe Biden.