New Polls Show Biden’s Lead Narrowing

President Trump has nearly halved his deficit in Pennsylvania and now trails in that state by only 3.8 percentage points in the RealClearPolitics average. That means that he only trails by about 3.8 percentage points in the race for the White House.

Trump is closer in the polls today than he was four years ago at this same point.

If Trump has a late surge of 2 points in swing states, and he outperforms the polls by 2 points in the swing states, he will win the right to stay in the White House.

Start with Pennsylvania, since that’s the state most likely to become the tipping point. Trump trailed Biden by 7.3 points in the RealClearPolitics average on Oct. 12. Since then, Biden’s been below 50% in 3 out of 4 polls, and Trump has been at 45% or above in all three. For instance, look at the Reuters/Ipsos polls; compared to a week ago, Trump’s deficit has been reduced from 7 points to 4 points.

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