This poll has to be off right?
A recent poll conducted by CNBC and Change Research released Thursday that 54% of those polled support Joe Biden, while 41% supported Trump.
Trump trailed in the polls in the 2016 election too but still came out on top.
Will history repeat itself?
— Newsmax (@newsmax) October 3, 2020
— The Hill (@thehill) October 2, 2020
Poll: Joe Biden holds a 13-point lead over President Trump after Tuesday's chaotic debate. https://t.co/w9FZHkb9ek
— U.S. News (@usnews) October 1, 2020
U.S. News covered the story and contributed this:
DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL nominee Joe Biden holds a 13-point lead over President Donald Trump following a chaotic and combative first presidential debate.
A CNBC and Change Research poll released Thursday found that, with just about a month until election day, 54% of those polled support the former vice president, while 41% voiced support for Trump.
CNBC made a pole analysis in 2016 and said it’s “all but impossible” for Trump to become President.
Maybe we shouldn’t be too bent out of shape being CNBC was totally wrong.
new CNBC/Change Research national likely-voter poll:
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) October 1, 2020
The Hill covered the story and chipped in this:
Democratic nominee Joe Biden has opened up a 13-point lead over President Trump following the first presidential debate, according to a new CNBC-Change Research survey released on Thursday.
The poll shows Biden garnering 54 percent of the vote to Trump’s 41 percent, with 53 percent of likely voters surveyed saying that the Democratic nominee performed better than Trump in the debate on Tuesday night, while only 29 percent said the president had the better performance.
That debate quickly devolved into a raucous and chaotic event defined by frequent interruptions and hectoring by Trump, who has since sought to declare victory in the showdown.
October 1, 2016: The New York Times gives Hillary Clinton a 75% chance of winning the election.
Ignore the polls. Vote.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) October 1, 2020
I’m sure the poll was probably led by liberals.
I agree with the tweet above.
Let’s just vote!