Donald Trump attacks Fox news polls showing he lags behind Joe Biden in Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio
- President Donald Trump attacked Fox News polls Friday after he was shown he was behind Joe Biden in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio
- Of particular concern is Ohio, where the former vice president leads Trump 50-45 in Ohio
- This was the third poll since September in which Trump was there
President Donald Trump on Friday attacked new polls by Fox News that put him behind Joe Biden on the battlefields of Nevada and Pennsylvania – as well as the key Republican tilt award in Ohio.
The president has resumed his longstanding feud with the network’s Twitter polling station. He called it “one of the worst polls in 2016.”
“They were so absurdly wrong.” Fox said he would change voters, but did not. They take samples entirely from Democrats to such an extent that a child can see what is happening. “
President Donald Trump attacked Fox News polls Friday after showing he was lagging behind in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio
He then aimed his hat at his favorite constituency, Rasmussen.
“Rasmussen, who was accurate, 52%,” the president wrote.
The last Rasmussen has Trump, who lags behind Democrat Joe Biden, who leads 48-47.
Of greater concern to Trump’s camp are national opinion polls, in which the president is lagging behind.
These polls, released Thursday, had the former vice president leading Trump 50-45 in Ohio. Ohio is a must-win for Trump, especially as he fights Biden in Florida, where polls are tight. Trump transferred both countries in 2016.
Fox polls show that Biden is cementing or expanding opportunities in both Nevada and Pennsylvania. In both states, Biden had big leaders among younger and older voters, as well as Spaniards, a key voting group in Nevada.
A Quinnipiac University poll in Ohio also leads Biden with a statistically insignificant 48 to 47 percent. Biden’s lead is an average of 3% in Ohio when looking at all three polls in September – including one by Rasmussen, who also ousted him.