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With five days to go until election day, Biden has the support of 45% of possible voters in the Sunshine State, while Trump has 42%. Another 11% of respondents said they have not yet decided or refused to disclose their preferences.
Biden leads Trump by 18 points among independents, who accounted for about a third of New York State voters in 2016 when they broke for Trump among the then Democratic candidates Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton Hillary Clinton responded to Chrissy Tegan’s tweet: “I love you” Trump fights for the battlefield, Arizona Biden in the new national poll Leading 12. According to Quinnipiac’s poll, Biden also leads Trump and 9% of black voters with 71% of black voters.
But unlike other battlefield states, Biden has accumulated a considerable lead among white college graduates, while he has only a 4 points advantage among Florida voters.
Biden’s support among Hispanic voters in Florida is also weaker than that of Clinton, who raised the proportion of these voters from 62% to 35% four years ago. According to Quinnipiac polls, Biden now leads Trump with 50% to 34% of Hispanic voters.
Florida is one of the biggest awards on Election Day, with 29 electoral votes contested. For Trump, this is also a must-win state. Trump only approved it with 113,000 votes in 2016, or about 1%.
Biden’s victory in Florida will bring a devastating blow to the president’s chance of winning a second term, and may herald Trump’s greater losses in other key battlefield states.
To demonstrate the importance of the campaign to Florida, both Trump and Biden ran in the state on Thursday.
The Quinnipiac poll surveyed 1,324 potential voters in Florida from October 23-27. Its sampling error margin is plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.