Election 2020: Who is leading in the polls, Biden or Trump?


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Democratic presidential hopeful former Vice President Joe Biden accompanied by his wife Jill Biden, speaks during a Super Tuesday event in Los Angeles, California, on March 3, 2020. |

On its "no toss ups" map, RealClearPolitics has the Biden campaign winning the Electoral College decisively against his Republican opponent. A no toss up map describes a scenario not including swing or “toss up” state results.  

At present, the map predicts Biden will win 352 Electoral College points, well above the 270-point minimum needed to win, versus 186 points for Trump.

This map has Biden winning the swing states of Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as winning some states that Trump won in 2016, including Arizona, Michigan and Wisconsin.

When toss-ups are included on the RealClearPolitics map, Biden has 212 electoral points while Trump has 115, with the number of toss-ups equaling 211 points.

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