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    While Donald Trump continues to slip in the polls against Joe Biden, the president still remains ahead among two demographics – male and white voters, but the presumed Democratic nominee is still ahead in almost every other demographic. Overall, if the election were held today, Biden would earn 49 per cent of the vote, which is 8 per cent more than Trump's 41 per cent, according to a Fox News poll released Sunday. 'First of all, I'm not losing, because those are fake polls,' Trump told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace in a pre-recorded interview. 'They were fake in 2016 and now they're even more fake. The polls were much worse in 2016.'  Trump has continuously dismissed polls showing...
    (CNN)From his open defiance of public health officials when holding rallies to his increasingly explicit embrace of White racial backlash, President Donald Trump has set a course for his reelection campaign that could produce the GOP's largest deficit in the history of modern polling among well-educated White voters.Relative to other Republicans, Trump has underperformed with those voters since he began his first presidential campaign in 2015. And by flouting science and openly inflaming racial tensions, he is now directly centering the campaign debate on two of the principal dynamics that have alienated those voters from him. That shows signs of accelerating the shift of these voters -- who had never backed a Democratic presidential nominee in polling before 2016 --...
    Igor Derysh June 24, 2020 3:09PM (UTC) Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 14 points in a New York Times/Siena poll released Wednesday as the president's approval rating continues to plummet. Biden tops Trump 50-36 with 14% of voters undecided, according to the poll, which surveyed more than 1,300 registered voters. : While Trump leads among white voters with no college degree, Biden leads almost every other demographic group. Biden leads slightly among male voters and has a 22-point lead among women voters. He leads by 34 points among voters under 34 and by 23 points among voters between 35 and 49. He leads by 28 points among white voters with a college degree, 39 points among...
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images, Kyle Rivas/Getty Images Former Vice President Joe Biden has a commanding 14-point lead in the first New York Times poll of the general election, as President Donald Trump clings to a one-point advantage with the white voters who propelled him to electoral victory in 2016. Biden was the choice for 50 percent of voters in the NYT/Siena college poll, while Trump garnered just 36 percent. That result continues a devastating streak of national polls for Trump that has seen him crushed by a dozen points or more in the last three polls, and which has seen Biden seize a double-digit lead in the RCP polling average for the first time since Biden secured the nomination. The former...
    If President Donald Trump is reelected in November, he will need a heavy and enthusiastic turnout among white voters — especially older white male voters in swing states and red states. But Greg Sargent, in his Washington Post column, discusses what could prove to be a major problem for Trump in this year’s election: decreasing supporting among whites. Former Vice President Joe Biden, according to Sargent, has been cutting into Trump’s white support. Sargent notes that “a new analysis by Nate Cohn of the Upshot, and some new Post polling, shed fresh light on why” Trump’s white support “might be failing — and on what it means that Trump’s alchemical powers are deserting him.” “Trump’s slippage is driven largely by...