US presidential election: every vote is important
The US presidential election 2020 is being held today (Tuesday). There are many speculations surrounding this election. Everyone's attention is focused on who will get the key to the White House in the election.
It is learned that more than 9 crore voters have cast their votes in advance till last Saturday. Trump's opponent Biden is ahead in that race. Even after Trump's surprise victory in the last election, experts do not want to make predictions this time. They also wait until the last vote.
Joe Biden and his associates are based in Pennsylvania, just before the election, after campaigning in Michigan and Wisconsin. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan are extremely important in terms of the results of this election. His vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, campaigned in Georgia. Trump, on the other hand, met in Michigan, Iowa, Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia. These are known as the bases of the Republicans.
Already, more than 9 crore 30 lakh voters have cast their ballots in the presidential election. They voted safely due to corona by postal ballot. Two-thirds of the votes cast in 2016 have already fallen on the ballot.
Meanwhile, various media outlets have conducted a survey on the 2020 US presidential election. According to them, Biden is ahead of Trump in the so-called right belt states of America. These states include, Ohio, Maryland, Indiana, part of Michigan, Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Biden's party did worse than expected from opinion polls, which saw them at gaining about a third of the support of Hillary Clinton.
According to the surveys, there is a fierce battle in the states of the Sun Belt like Florida and Arizona. In Florida, Trump is two points ahead, according to a Washington-ABC poll. But in the New York Times-Sienna poll, Trump is three points behind. In the 2016 election, Trump led by 12 points.
According to the New York Times, Biden is 11 points ahead of Wisconsin. CNN said Trump is eight points behind. The survey forecast for Pennsylvania, Biden ahead here. The Washington Post said seven points, the New York Times six points and another survey five points.