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US Election Exit Polls: Who’s Winning the 2020 Presidential Election?

The US presidential election on November 3 won’t just decide America’s destiny, but also the nature of geopolitical relations globally and the future of liberal democracy. Joe Biden holds a clear advantage over President Donald Trump across four of the most important presidential swing states says NYT poll.

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Joe Biden is ahead of Trump, a Republican, in the Northern battlegrounds of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, as well as in the states of Florida and Arizona, according to a poll of likely voters conducted by The New York Times and Siena College.

His strength is most pronounced in Wisconsin, where he has an outright majority of the vote and leads Trump by 11 points, 52 percent to 41 percent, the Times reported on Sunday, two days ahead of the November 3 presidential election.

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Despite the polls, President Trump, 74, appeared very confident on Sunday and said “Our numbers are looking VERY good all over. Sleepy Joe is already beginning to pull out of certain states. The Radical Left is going down!” on Twitter.

On the other hand, Joe Biden, 77, has consistently held the upper hand over 74-year-old Trump across the electoral map in polling conducted by The Times since late last spring. While that advantage has varied over time and has differed from state to state, he has at no point slipped behind Trump in any of the swing states that are likeliest to decide the election.

In a tweet, Joe Biden wrote “We have in our hands the ultimate power: the power of the vote. Don’t let it go to waste. Make your plan to vote today.”

One of the top reasons for anger among US citizens against Donald Trump is the way Covid-19 was managed. Biden took this as an advantage and constantly criticized Trump for the mishandling of the pandemic resulting in a massive loss of lives and economy in the United States of America. 

It is clear that the contest between Trump and Biden is not just of personalities; both represent contrasting visions of how the US is to be governed.

Though the majority of exit polls are suggesting a change in power of the United States government. However, for the actual results, we have to wait for some more hours.

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