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


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U.S. President Donald Trump speaks from the Truman Balcony during a Rolling to Remember Ceremony: Honoring Our Nation’s Veterans and POW/MIA at the White House May 22, 2020, in Washington, DC. President Trump hosted the event to honor America’s veterans and fallen heroes. |

The presidential election forecasting website PollyVote also predicts a Biden victory, with the Democratic presidential nominee winning both the popular and Electoral College votes.

In numbers reported Tuesday, PollyVote had Biden leading with 51.9% of the vote and 334 Electoral College points versus Trump’s 48.1% and 204 electoral points.

The website has tracked the numbers since as early as April, with Biden having been above the president in voter support during that entire time.

Nevertheless, the number is a slight decrease for Biden, who on multiple days in early July was getting 52.7% of the vote versus Trump’s 47.3%.

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