Donald Trump attacks Fox news polls showing he lags behind Joe Biden in Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio
- President Donald Trump attacked Fox News polls Friday after they showed he was lagging behind Joe Biden in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio
- Of particular concern is Ohio, where the former vice president is running Trump 50-45 in Ohio.
- This was the third poll in September where Trump was there
President Donald Trump on Friday attacked new Fox News polls that lagged behind Joe Biden on the battlefields of Nevada and Pennsylvania, as well as a key Ohio Republican prize.
The president resumed his long-running enmity thanks to the election network of Twitter. He called it “one of the worst polls in 2016.”
‘They were so ridiculously wrong. Fox said they were going to change voters, but they did not. They take samples of Democrats completely until the child can see what is happening. “
President Donald Trump attacked a Fox News poll Friday after they showed he was lagging behind in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio
He then gave the hat to his favorite polling station, Rasmussen.
“Rasmussen, who was accurate, 52%,” the president wrote.
The last Rasmussen is Trump, who is 48 to 47 behind Democrat Joe Biden. “Democrat nominee Joe Biden has barely returned to the lead,” John Rasmussen’s poll company wrote in a weekly note.
Of greater concern to Trump’s camp are national polls in which the president is lagging behind.
In those polls released Thursday, the former vice president led Trump 50-45 in Ohio. Ohio is a must-win for Trump, especially when he fights Biden in Florida, where the poll was tough. Trump moved both states in 2016.
Fox polls show that Biden is cementing or increasing capacity in both Nevada and Pennsylvania. In both states, Biden had strong leaders among young and old voters, as well as Latinos, a key group of voters in Nevada.
A poll by the University of Quinnipiaca in Ohio also found that Biden topped the statistically insignificant figures from 48 to 47 percent. Biden’s lead averages 3 percent in Ohio, if you look at all three polls in September – including one of Rasmussen’s representatives, which also declined.