White House News (白宮消息) | Sep. 8, 2020

Biden's lead over Trump is the steadiest on record

Sep. 8,  (CNN)New CBS News/YouGov polls reveal that former Vice President Joe Biden maintains his grip on the 2020 race for president.

Biden's up 52% to 42% over President Donald Trump among likely voters nationally, and he has a 50% to 44% edge over Trump in the key battleground state of Wisconsin as well.

Biden's 10 point and 6 point advantages are the exact same they were when CBS News/YouGov polled the contests before the party conventions.The polls are reflective of a race that barely budges even after two conventions, protests and unrest in some cities over police brutality and as the nation navigates the coronavirus pandemic. Indeed, the stability of this race is record breaking when looking at polling dating back to 1940...     more
Biden's 5-point July lead over Trump in Texas evaporates: President gains momentum in Texas and edges ahead by two points but the state still remains a toss-up, new poll shows
President Donald Trump has chipped away at Joe Biden's lead in the classicaly red state of Texas, new polling shows

A Dallas Morning News poll released Sunday has Trump leading Biden in the classically red state 48 per cent to 46 per cent among likely voters
Among the larger group of registered voters, Biden beats Trump by 1 percentage point: 44 per cent to 43 per cent, with both totals within the margin of error