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Rasmussen Reports: Trump 48%, Biden 47%
Posted by: Ted King
Date: October 28, 2020 02:51PM
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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

President Trump has seesawed back into a one-point lead over Democrat Joe Biden in Rasmussen Reports’ daily White House Watch survey.

The latest national telephone and online survey finds Trump edging Biden 48% to 47% among Likely U.S. Voters. Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, and two percent (2%) remain undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

On the last Wednesday before Election Day in 2016, Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton were tied at 44% apiece in Rasmussen Reports’ daily White House Watch.

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Yesterday, Biden took a 49% to 47% lead after Trump led by one on Monday. It was the first time Trump had been ahead since mid-September. The race has been tightening since early in the month and now appears neck-and-neck going into Election Day.

There is no way in hell that Trump is getting 48% of the vote - even with all his cheating.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/28/2020 02:52PM by Ted King.
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Re: Rasmussen Reports: Trump 48%, Biden 47%
Posted by: p8712
Date: October 28, 2020 03:11PM
Rasmussen - enough said.
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Re: Rasmussen Reports: Trump 48%, Biden 47%
Posted by: Acer
Date: October 28, 2020 03:25PM
That's a wrap! Trump voters can stay home.
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Re: Rasmussen Reports: Trump 48%, Biden 47%
Posted by: rjmacs
Date: October 28, 2020 05:31PM
In a survey of likely Trump voters, ....

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Re: Rasmussen Reports: Trump 48%, Biden 47%
Posted by: pdq
Date: October 29, 2020 11:50PM
Today, Rasmussen reports that Trump has the support of 31% of likely Black voters. (says the...ahem...Washington Times).

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The 31% figure drew plenty of skepticism. Several commentators on Twitter called the percentage unrealistic or “crazy,” while one quipped, “The only way that figure is realistic is if they polled six black people, and two of them were Clarence Thomas and Ben Carson.”

FWIW Re: Rasmussen, the same linked article says that the last national poll that organization ran on the 2016 race had Trump up 46 to 42% for Clinton. They had Trump right at 46%, but Clinton ended up at 48%, six points higher than their poll.
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