Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in four swing states by an average of six points, according to the latest New York Times/Sienna College poll of likely voters.
Biden leads Trump by four points in Nevada, three points in New Hampshire, five points in Wisconsin and nine points in Minnesota, the poll shows. Of those states, Hillary Clinton only lost Wisconsin in 2016, which Trump won by less than 1%.
Despite Biden’s lead in each state, he only received 50% support in Minnesota, while Trump received 41%. Biden received 46%, 45% and 48% support in Nevada, New Hampshire and Wisconsin, respectively.
Both Biden and Trump have campaigned heavily in each state, The New York Times reported. Trump held a campaign rally in Londonderry, New Hampshire, in August and is scheduled to visit Nevada Saturday. Both candidates also recently visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, where some protests escalated to riots in the aftermath of the shooting of Jacob Blake.
<img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-6997034" class="size-full wp-image-6997034" src="https://dailytruthreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/GettyImages-1269433748-scaled-1.jpg" alt="LONDONDERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE – AUGUST 28: President Donald Trump speaks at an airport hanger at a rally a day after he formally accepted his party’s nomination at the Republican National Convention on August