New York (Reuters) – Joe Biden’s advantage over President Donald Trump in popular support has eroded in recent weeks as candidates of the Democratic President presumptive legitimes struggle for visibility with the voters in the epidemic of cause, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Tuesday.
PHOTO: President of the United States Donald Trump departs on traveling to the retreat of President Camp David from the male lawn at the White House in Washington, United States, on 01 May 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/image file
The polls conducted on the second and third day found that 43% of registered voters said they would support Biden in the presidential election on Nov. 3, while 41% said they would be back to Trump. That makes the contest essentially a toss-up, as a result of the reliable time of the poll.
Biden led by 6 percentage points in a poll similar to last week and 8 points in a poll that runs on 15 to 21 April.
The former deputy president
Was forced to run his presidential campaign from his Delaware home in keeping with the anti-virus restrictions, which killed more than 70,000 people in the United States and placed 30 million people out of work.
On the contrary, Trump has put himself in the helm of the American epidemic response, with regular White House Briefings until recently.
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