Trump Takes Small Lead In Florida Per New Poll

Donald Trump and Joe Biden remain in a closely contested battle in Florida according to a new survey by Susquehanna Polling and Research for the Center for American Greatness.

The phone survey of 400 likely voters conducted October 29-November 1 showed Trump with 47 percent and Biden with 46 percent, with a 4.9 percent margin of error. Libertarian Jo Jorgensen gets 2 percent of the vote, while 5 percent of respondents remain undecided or refused to answer.

Joe Biden was view unfavorably by 48% of respondents and favorably 40%.

The top-two issues for voters in the poll remain jobs and the economy (number one) and the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic (number 2). Respondents split along party lines on both issues.

Results from the poll can be found here.

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2 responses to “Trump Takes Small Lead In Florida Per New Poll”

  1. Look at the percentages for questions 12 and 13 – Who do you think your neighbor will vote for? Who do you think will win?
    Trump is heavily favored by ~25+ points.
    Texas has clean and efficient voting data. Many Trump counties, like Montgomery County, officially have 64% turn-out in just the early voting.
    Look at the turnout in Berkeley county, South Carolina!
    This will be a 75 to 80% turn-out election. The highest turnout in over a century. We are beyond anyone’s polls or models.
    This election is completely up for grabs and will go to who ever gets out the most votes!!