CBS poll: Biden holds slight lead on Trump in Arizona, Wisconsin

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 18, 2020

US President Donald Trump says the Democrats will turn the country into "one giant sanctuary for criminals" by defunding police and instigating attacks on law enforcement officers.

"I suspect when we get to election night we may say that Joe Biden has a lead on ballots that have been cast already and then it's a question of how numerous president's supporters will turn up on Election Day to try to put him over the top". "Those are inflated national public polling numbers".

The Republican president will campaign every day leading up to Thursday's debate in Florida, including stops in Arizona and North Carolina, campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh said. His pick for vice president, Kamala Harris, will return to the campaign trail on Monday with a visit to Florida to mark that state's first day of early, in-person voting.

However, the comment was laughed about on social media as majority of the opinion polls have shown that Donald Trump is trailing behind the "worst candidate" in majority of the states.

"When Donald Trump wins, he has to break up the highest levels of the FBI", Trump Jr. said.

Finkelstein said that the campaign intentionally looked for games with teams in swing states and tailored the ads to "who we think is watching to maximize our impact and try to connect with voters and viewers the best we can".

Trump has been actively hitting the campaign trail and stopped in Janesville, Wisconsin, on Saturday.

In Muskegeon, Mich., he attacked Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, blasting state rules to stop the spread of coronavirus, calling her "dishonest", and making light of a right-wing plot uncovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to kidnap her. Another time, Biden asked, "Does that answer your question?" and the voter said, "If I say yes, can I sit down?"

Whitmer responded on Twitter to the chants. My whole life, what am I going to do?

The CBS News surveys were conducted by YouGov from October 13-16 among 1,087 registered voters in Arizona and 1,124 registered voters in Wisconsin.

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