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            According to a New York Times poll of potential voters, Mr. Biden, a former vice president, is ahead of Mr. Trump in the battlefields of Northern Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, as well as in Sunshine counties in Florida and Arizona.  and Siena College.  His strength is evident in Wisconsin, which has an absolute majority of votes and controls Mr. Trump with 11 points, between 52 and 41 percent.  It seems that Mr Biden has taken a stronger stance than any other presidential candidate on the election map, at least since 2008, when Barack Obama took over the White House in the midst of the global economic crisis.  Electoral University and Mr.  Biden is with him.

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on Saturday in a meeting in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., with grandson Maisy.  It seems that the leader Mr. Biden has had in the polls has made him stronger than Hillary Clinton on election day.

    Joseph R. Biden Jr.  former vice president with grandson Maisy in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Saturday.  It seems that Mr. Biden’s leadership in the vote has put him in a stronger position than Hillary Clinton on election day.  Credit ... Erin Schaff / New York Times

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    By Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin

    Joseph R. Biden, who has a clear advantage over President Trump in the four most important states for the presidency, shows a new poll approved by voters who did not vote in the 2016 election and now seem to be coming out.  to give a large number of votes to the majority of Democrats.


   


According to the New York Times, former Vice President Biden is ahead of Mr. Trump on the battlefields of northern Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, as well as the Sunshine states of Florida and Arizona.  and Siena College.  His strength is evident in Wisconsin, which has an absolute majority of votes and controls Mr. Trump with 11 points, between 52 and 41 percent.

    Joe Biden is leading Donald Trump to the four major states of war a few days before the election.

    It seems that Mr Biden has taken a stronger stance than any other presidential candidate on the election map, at least since 2008, when Barack Obama took over the White House in the midst of the global economic crisis.  365 votes of the Electoral College and in favor of Mr. Biden.

    In the final days of the campaign, Biden gains a modest advantage in Florida, and Mr.  Trump has three points between 47 percent and 44 percent.  He is the leader with six points in Arizona and Pennsylvania.  In no country has Mr. Trump approved an increase of more than 44 percent.

    The margin of error is 3.2 percent in Wisconsin and Florida;  3 points in Arizona and 2.4 points in Pennsylvania.


    Biden has preferred Mr. Trump over the election map in a poll conducted by The Times since late last spring.  This advantage changed from time to time, from one state to another, in no way falling behind the lord.  Trump is in any active state that could decide the election.

    Mr. Biden’s administration is shielded from the latest developments in the race, as the country suffers from a revival of coronavirus due to early voting rates and emails.  More than 90 million Americans have voted since Saturday afternoon, according to the U.S. Election Commission.  In three of the four states surveyed by the Times, a majority of respondents said they voted outside of Pennsylvania.


    The president, who has been hardened by the four states against Hillary Clinton, is working hard for a president who sat in office every few days before the 2016 election.  Michigan, another major state that was captured in 2016, along with Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, has also been the subject of popular polls in Michigan, part of the so-called big chairs called the Great Lakes, which Democrats have helped for decades.

    More broadly, Mr. Trump faces avalanches across the country, made up of women, people of color, urban and neighborhood voters, young people, the elderly, and most of all, especially young voters.  In all four provinces, voters who did not vote in 2016 or intended to do so this time said they had given Mr. Biden a big margin.  This group includes rare and young voters who did not have the right to vote four years ago.

    In Wisconsin, voters who did not vote in 2016 voted 19 points in favor of Mr. Biden.  Florida, led by Biden with 17 points, has a one-sided advantage.  In 2016, Pennsylvania had 12 points and Arizona 7 points.

    Most who said they did not vote in 2016 said they had already voted this year.  In Florida and Arizona, more than two-thirds of the 2016 voters nominated as potential voters this year said they voted.  The figure was 56% in Wisconsin and 36% in Pennsylvania.

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