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For weeks we’ve been told that Joe Biden is up big in the battleground State of Pennsylvania.
A new poll from AG American Greatness however, shows that President Donald Trump may actually be taking the lead in Pennsylvania.
Kayleigh McEnany tweeted out the poll Monday afternoon.
AG American Greatness has more info on the new poll:
A poll conducted by InsiderAdvantage for the Center for American Greatness of 400 likely voters in Pennsylvania shows Donald Trump now leading in the state. The poll was conducted the evening of October 25 by both IVR and live cell phone interviews. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percent and is weighted for age, race, gender, and political affiliation. The results:
Donald Trump: 48.4%
Joe Biden: 45.5 %
Jo Jorgensen: 3 %
Undecided: 3 %
This comes after Trump was said to be in a dead heat with Biden one week ago, according to Breitbart:
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump are statistically tied in Pennsylvania, a Restoration PAC/Trafalgar Group survey released Monday — nearly two weeks out from the presidential election — revealed.
The survey, taken October 13-15 among 1,041 likely voters, showed Trump narrowing the gap in Pennsylvania, with Biden leading by just 1.1 percent — 47.5 percent to the president’s 46.4 percent. As has been the emerging theme in several recent surveys in key Rust Belt states, Biden’s lead is within the margin of error, which is +/- 2.96 percent.
“The poll included only one day of the existence of explosive new emails showing Hunter Biden cashing in big from foreign sources during his father’s tenure as Vice President,” according to the press release.
“It looks like the race is essentially tied across the important upper Midwestern swing states” Restoration PAC founder and President Doug Truax said in a statement.
“We believe President Trump has the stronger message down the stretch that will tip the balance his way,” Truax added.