Thursday’s Presidential debate may very well have been the tipping point in the 2020 presidential election.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s lead over President Trump in Minnesota has slipped to six points according to a poll with a 5 point margin for error.
Biden’s polling leads have gone from double-digits to statistical ties in crucial swing states as the election draws nearer and the damage may not be revealed until election night.
Carleton College political analyst Steven Schier said, “Although Biden retains a lead in Minnesota, it has slipped just a bit since early September. On Sept. 9 his lead was 49% to 40% and on Oct. 10 his lead was 47% to 40%.”
Biden’s numbers are going down when they really need to be climbing with the election two weeks away. Schier continued saying, “The trend is important, four years ago Clinton was ahead by 10 points and ended up winning by 1.5%. Biden is up by 6 points and I think Democrats have to be worried about that.”
President Trump already showed that being down in the polls didn’t mean anything to him in 2016. Now in 2020 Biden is barely leading President Trump and the race may very well be over already.
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