President Trump and Joe Biden (D) are statistically tied in Arizona, Thursday’s Latino Decisions survey taken on behalf of Education Reform Now Advocacy, showed.
The survey, taken September 28 to October 6, 2020, among 600 registered voters in Arizona, showed the former vice president leading Trump 48 percent to 45 percent — a lead well within the survey’s +/- four percent margin of error:
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According to the survey, five percent of respondents remain undecided. It also found that a majority of Latino voters back Biden, 64 percent to the president’s 29 percent.
“Trump still holds an advantage among non-Hispanic white voters (+9),” the survey reported. “51% of non-Hispanic whites say they will vote or lean towards Trump, while 42% say they lean towards or will vote for