The Top USA News to Read

09-18-20 | The New York Times

Virus Pulls Down Trump, Poll Shows, and G.O.P. Senators Suffer With Him
Why Read: A New York Times/Siena College opinion survey shows that Vice President Biden is leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and is effectively tied with him in North Carolina.

09-18-20 | The Guardian

US election polls tracker: who is leading in the swing states?
Why Read: The Guardian provides a useful visual summary of the moving average of the results of several recent public opinion surveys conducted in U.S. swing states by credible U.S. research organizations.

09-17-20 | The Cook Political Report

New Survey Results From KFF/Cook Political Report Survey in AZ, Fl, and NC. AZ Moves to Lean Dem
Why Read: Veteran analyst Amy Walter of the non-partisan Cook Political Report provides details on new survey results from her organization and the Kaiser Family Foundation that show Vice President Biden leading President Trump in Arizona and effectively tied with him in Florida and North Carolina — states that President Trump won in 2016.

09-02-20 | USA Today

Exclusive: The conventions over, Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by a narrower 50%-43% in USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll
Why Read: New poll results from Suffolk University and USA Today reveal the sentiment of the U.S. electorate after the two national party conventions.

09-02-20 | The Hill

New poll shows Trump’s tough path to reelection
Why Read: The Hill summarizes the most recent poll results from Grinnell College, which suggest that Vice President Biden has retained a significant lead among likely voters nationwide.

09-02-20 | The Wall Street Journal

How Minnesota Became a 2020 Election Battleground
Why Read: The Wall Street Journal explains how President Trump has become unexpectedly competitive in Minnesota, a state he narrowly lost in 2016.

08-29-20 | The Arizona Republic

After the political conventions, Trump and Biden are poised for Arizona slugfest
Why Read: The Arizona Republic explains how Arizona, a state President Trump won by a 3.5 percent margin in 2016, appears to be a toss-up in the current election cycle.

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