Emerson Show’s Biden’s Lead Over Trump Dropping To 49-47%; President +11% In Missouri

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Note Concerning Polls: Polls are not always perfect in predicting who will win elections.  Historically however, they are correct a high percentage of the time.  The most notable “incorrect” prediction was in 2016 between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Those who doubt polls are quick to point to the 2016 Presidential Election as an example of failed poll numbers. Clinton was polled to beat Trump by 2% in the popular vote going into the election when all polls were averaged together. When the final tally was counted Clinton defeated Trump by 2.1% in the popular vote, 65,844,954 (48.2%) to his 62,979,879 (46.1%) thus poll numbers were accurate, the inaccuracies were in key electoral college swing states which President Trump dominated Clinton (these key states will likely again determine the 2020 election between President Trump and former Vice President Biden).  More recently, in 2018 polls were extremely accurate in the midterms, picking the Republicans to control the Senate while the Democrats would control the House

LATEST POLLS

(Monday, August 31st, 2020):


General Election: Trump vs. Biden
Emerson
Biden 49, Trump 47
Biden +2


Missouri: Trump vs. Biden
Trafalgar Group (R)*
Trump 52, Biden 41
Trump +11


President Trump Job Approval
Emerson
Approve 49, Disapprove 47
Approve +2


President Trump Job Approval
Rasmussen Reports
Approve 47, Disapprove 51
Disapprove +4


(Friday, August 28th, 2020):


Michigan: Trump vs. Biden
Trafalgar Group (R)
Biden 45%, Trump 47%

Massachusetts: Trump vs. Biden
WHDH/Emerson
Biden 68%, Trump 30%

President Trump Job Approval
The Hill/HarrisX
Approve 44%, Disapprove 56%

President Trump Job Approval

Rasmussen Reports
Approve 46%, Disapprove 52%

President Trump vs Joe Biden
Real Clear Politics (All Polls Averages)
Biden 49.7%, Trump 42.8% (Biden =6.9%)

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