This doesn’t sound right.
ABC News and the Washington Post have Trump trailing in polls.
A new poll by the Washington Post and ABC News says Biden is leading by 12 points.
Biden's 12-point lead in Sunday's ABC News/Washington Post poll was the latest in a series of surveys to find the president down by double digits. https://t.co/rvYImA8MBz
— USA TODAY Politics (@usatodayDC) October 11, 2020
NEW: Biden leads by 12 points nationwide in a new ABC News/Washington Post pollhttps://t.co/8BQuEnuFX4
— Will Steakin (@wsteaks) October 11, 2020
Joe Biden leads with 12 points against Pres. Trump in a general election matchup, according to a Washington Post / ABC News poll.https://t.co/rzSEnY9Pjb
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 12, 2020
The presidential race stands at 53%-41%, Biden-Trump, among registered voters, and a similar 54%-42% among likely voters, with minimal support (in the low single digits) for the Libertarian and Green Party candidates. Biden’s advantage rests on his support among women, racial and ethnic minorities, independents and an unusually wide lead among moderates.
The race is tied among men, 48%-48% in this poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, while Biden is up 59%-36% among women, the widest margin among women for any presidential candidate in exit polls dating to 1976. (That includes 62%-34% among suburban women and 54%-41% among suburban white women.) Biden’s vast 69%-25% lead among moderates, if it holds, would be a record by far. And his result among independents, while not a statistically significant lead, is the widest for a Democrat in exit polls since 1988.
Maybe all the conservatives were working when they took these polls?
Trump himself reacted to the poll and tweeted this:
USA Today shared too:
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 12-percentage-point advantage over President Donald Trump, according to a ABC News/Washington Post poll.
The poll, conducted Oct. 6-9, has Biden up 53%-41% among registered voters and 54%-42% among likely voters.
Biden’s lead appears largely a result of voter’s negative opinion of Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Fifty-eight percent disapproved of how Trump has handled the virus, while 73% said they were concerned about themselves or an immediate family member contracting the virus, the highest number since the outbreak began.
The findings are among a string of polls showing Biden with a strong lead ahead of the November election. The RealClearPolitics polling average shows Biden with a 9.8-point lead, while FiveThirtyEight gives Biden an average 10.3-point advantage.
Trump was the underdog last year according to the polls and still won.
So, let’s hit those polls and make this election a complete landslide,