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Biden “convention bounce” bounces the wrong way as swing states tighten

According to CNBC:

Voters’ concerns about the coronavirus have fallen and President Donald Trump’s approval rating has ticked higher in six swing states over the last two weeks, according to a new CNBC/Change Research poll.

In Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, 66% of likely voters said they have serious concerns about Covid-19, the survey released Wednesday found. The share fell from 69% in a poll taken two weeks earlier. The share of respondents who said they have “very serious” concerns about the coronavirus dropped to 45% from 49%.

At the same time, 48% of voters in the states said they approve of the job Trump is doing, while 52% disapprove. Two weeks ago, 46% of respondents said they approved of the job Trump is doing, versus 54% who disapproved.

On how the president has handled the coronavirus, approval rose to 47%, the highest since mid-May. Earlier this month, only 44% of respondents said they approved of how Trump is handling Covid-19.

1 thought on “Biden “convention bounce” bounces the wrong way as swing states tighten”

  1. It’s difficult to believe all the stuff about COVID, masking and social distancing, when you see looters, rioters and arsonists in large numbers rampaging in Democrat run cities. Of course Democrats don’t call out the nasty behavior of their own voters.

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