This poll from ABC and the Washington Post is a disgrace. They are clearly engaging in election interference by submitting these suppression polls. Trump is getting huge crowds to his rallies, and his ground operation is unmatched. On the other hand Joe Biden could not fill a flea market in Wisconsin. Yet we are supposed to believe he is up by 17 over Trump. Fortunately these tactics will not work. Trump voters will come out in droves on November 3rd.
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Biden Has 17 Point Lead In Wisconsin, New ABC/WaPo Poll Shows
By Sarah Palin, October 28, 2020
Democratic challenger Joe Biden is leading President Trump by 17 points in the state of Wisconsin—a typically contested state—according to a new ABC/Washington Post poll.
The poll, released on Wednesday, shows an unusually large discrepancy as 57 percent of likely Wisconsin voters prefers Biden to Trump’s 40 percent.
“The previous version of the ABC/Post Wisconsin poll, published last month, showed Biden leading Trump by 6 percentage points among the state’s likely voters, 52-46 percent. According to the RealClearPolitics average of recent Wisconsin surveys, conducted Oct. 16-26, Biden leads Trump by 5.5 percentage points in the state,” Politico reports.
“The latest ABC/Post poll also has Biden ahead of Trump in Michigan by 7 percentage points — with 51 percent of the state’s likely voters backing the Democratic nominee and 44 percent rallying behind the Republican president,” the report continues.
— Rick Klein (@rickklein) October 28, 2020
Both states remained competitive in 2016 up to the election where Trump ultimately won them by less than 1 percent, so the 17-point differential caused some doubt online.
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