Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is edging out President Trump in four battleground states, three of which were seen as prime Trump pick-up opportunities in the fall.
Biden leads Trump in Wisconsin, a state the president won in 2016 over then-Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by 23,000 votes, 48% to 43% among likely voters, a New York Times-Siena College poll released Saturday found.
Wisconsin has been polled frequently during the 2020 general election, since, along with Michigan and Pennsylvania, it effectively handed the White House keys to Trump in 2016, albeit by narrow margins. But Biden, the two-term vice president, is doing well in other states that have not been home to so many surveys. He is also ahead in Minnesota, 50% to 41%, according to the live-caller survey. Clinton clinched Minnesota, a Democratic bastion since 1976, four years ago by 1.5 percentage points.
Biden is also in front in New Hampshire and Nevada, but by narrower margins,