Polls 2020 US elections: This is how the polls are

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Five days to elections of the November 3 in United States, the Former Vice President Joe Biden Leads al presidente Donald Trump by 7.8 percentage points in the intention to vote at the national level, according to the average of different polls prepared by the US political news website Real Clear Politics. The Democratic candidate’s advantage remains in this final stretch of the campaign, with both candidates campaigning in the handful of states that will decide the elections.

The sources used to make the media, individually, they confirm the advantage of the former vice president with oscillations between 3 percentage points and 11 points.

In recent months, Biden, 77, has easily surpassed Trump, of 74, in the average intention to vote and in recent weeks it has increased. The controversial management that the president has made of his contagion of the covid-19 virus, far from benefiting him, maintains the distances in favor of his opponent.

In the previous elections, in 2016, the polls were much tighter and the opponents, the Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillay Clinton they were barely separated by a couple of dots shortly before Election Day.



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