President Donald Trump and Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden are statistically tied in Arizona, while the former vice president leads in Wisconsin, a YouGov/CBS News poll released Sunday revealed.
The Arizona survey, taken October 13-16 among 1,064 registered voters, asked, “If the 2020 presidential election were being held today between Joe Biden, the Democrat, and Donald Trump, the Republican, who would you vote for?”
Forty-nine percent of likely voters chose Biden, 45 percent selected Trump, three percent said “someone else,” and another three percent said they were unsure. Notably, Biden’s lead is just within the survey’s +/- 4.1 percent margin of error, indicating a statistical tie. The gap between the candidates narrows to just three percent among likely voters, including leaners, with Biden garnering 50 percent to Trump’s 47 percent.
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