Trump Eradicates Deficit in Crucial State

President Trump increased his standing in the critical swing state of Pennsylvania by 9 points in just over a month, according to a state poll.

A Monmouth University poll conducted Aug. 28-31 found that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden had 49% support from registered voters in Pennsylvania, with Trump 4 points behind at 45%. That figure is based on interviews with 400 registered Pennsylvania voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9%.

In the last Monmouth Pennsylvania poll conducted in July, Trump was down by 13 points, 53% to 40%.

“This is really a game of inches. The Trump campaign is looking to peel off a little bit of Biden support here and a little bit there. It may be working, despite the fact that Pennsylvania voters personally like the Democrat more, although this gap has narrowed,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

Continue reading at the Washington Examiner.