Pennsylvania It is a state in the northeastern United States and one of the original thirteen English colonies. Traditionally encompassed in what are known as hinge states or ‘swing states’, it has become, in this electoral appointment, the state that could decide the US presidency.
After Florida, which has 55 voters, Pennsylvania, with 20 voters, is the hinge state with the most weight for which presidential candidates are debating. Despite having a strong Democratic career, the Joe Biden’s home state he turned red in 2016. Now, if he does not rejoin his 20 voters to Biden’s party, it will complicate the candidate’s access to the White House quite a bit.
The territory of Pennsylvania is highly varied, including vast expanses of farmland and national parks with forests and mountains as well as large cities such as Philadelphia, the largest city in the state, displaying its rich history at Independence Hall (the place where the Declaration of Independence and the American Constitution were signed) and the Liberty Bell.
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Trump won Pennsylvania by less than 1 percentage point in 2016. His ability to change that state and the two Midwest battlefields of Michigan and Wisconsin helped secure his Electoral College victory and may be crucial again at this 2020 appointment.
In 2016, after a strong industrial decline prolonged in previous years, the US president’s rallies managed to convince the white workers that his program could fix the state of industry. Their electoral strength caused them to change the loyalty of the party and end up adding their electoral votes to the Republican candidate.
Trump was the first Republican to change the color of the territory since George H.W. Bush in 1988 and his triumph in this territory declined the balance towards the magnate in 2016. Current polls point to a recovery of 20 voters by the Democrats with a 50% advantage of the support, compared to the 45% that could obtain Trump.