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Tags: 2020 Elections | Donald Trump | Joe Biden | swingstates | stockmarket | trump | biden

Analysis: How Trump Can Upset Biden in November

Analysis: How Trump Can Upset Biden in November
President Donald Trump speaks on the first day of the Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Chris Carlson-Pool/Getty Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 26 August 2020 08:26 AM

With Democrat Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump in all of the major national polls, one report suggests that it's too early to count Trump out — and that a repeat of 2016 could be happening.

Jim VandeHei and Jonathan Swan of Axios wrote that there are several signs pointing to a potential Trump victory in November. Among the indicators:

  • In the swing states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, Biden's lead is smaller than Hillary Clinton's was over Trump at this point in the 2016 election cycle.
  • The stock market continues to do well, as are trade industries such as building and plumbing. Those two points could help sway voters to choose Trump on their ballots.
  • Trump continues to smear Biden, a tactic he employed against Clinton in 2016, with the goal of turning voters away from the Democratic Party's nominee.
  • Trump's team says the campaign is more cohesive and has a more organized message than it did in 2016.

RealClearPolitics shows Biden with a lead of 7.8 points in the national polling average.

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With Democrat Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump in all of the major national polls, one report suggests that it's too early to count Trump out - and that a repeat of 2016 could be happening. Jim VandeHei and Jonathan Swan of Axios wrote that there are several signs...
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