Donald Trump took a small lead in Arizona according to a new survey by Susquehanna Polling and Research for the Center for American Greatness.
The phone survey of 500 likely voters conducted October 19-22 showed Trump with 46.6 percent and Biden with 46.2 percent support, with a 4.3 percent margin of error. The poll also showed that Biden’s negatives in the states popped up to 49%. In the same poll at the end of September they stood at 44% while his favorable rating declined to 39%.
There are others danger signs for Biden in the poll. When asked who they think will win the election regardless of who they prefer, just 37% of respondents thought Biden would win and only 19% think their neighbors are voting for Biden.
The other big news in the poll is that Senator Martha McSally took the lead over challenger Mark Kelly 50-47. McSally has struggled against Kelly this year and she has been widely seen as one of the most vulnerable Republican senators, owing more to her low energy campaign than to changes in Arizona voters. This same poll had her losing to Kelly 48-45 in late September.
Poll results can be seen here.