Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.
A court battle is beginning just weeks before Election Day. Here’s what that could mean for the campaigns in key states.
One example of how things have changed: A Latino outreach group estimated in January that it would register 21,000 new voters in the state by Labor Day. It’s at around 6,000 now.
If the president’s allies are talking about the moment “shooting will begin” and “martial law,” it’s not by accident.
Right now, it’s not the Republicans. But a Hispanic swing toward Trump hints at a more unsettled future.
Elections in Florida are won by running up margins in favorable terrain while losing more closely in hostile precincts. Joseph Biden visits the state on Tuesday for the first time since claiming the nomination.
Minnesota was a near miss for Donald Trump in 2016. But new polling shows him well behind where he finished four years ago in a state he views as a prime pickup opportunity.
Worries about law and order have become so prevalent that likely voters say it’s just as important as solving the coronavirus pandemic. But voters aren’t favoring Mr. Trump on the issue.
President Trump has leveled scathing law-and-order attacks on Joseph Biden for weeks. But a new poll shows Mr. Biden ahead in three states Mr. Trump hopes to pick up, and maintaining a lead in Wisconsin.
The president’s effort to reframe the election at the convention hasn’t helped his standing much, according to a big wave of polls.