13 days left for America’s election. Voters in America will decide on 3 November whether Donald Trump remains in the White House for another four years.
This month has been bad news for Trump, such as the revelation of his tax returns and his hospitalization for Covid-19. Could history repeat or it's just a few days of trump in the white house?
Joe Biden is holding on to his sizable lead over President Donald Trump in the national polls, but there are reasons for the Democratic nominee to worry about the handful of key states that could ultimately decide the election.
Biden’s position on a national level looks strong, according to major polling trackers. but experts warn that does not mean there is a clear winner.
Four years ago, Hillary Clinton was also predicted to have a high likelihood of victory. Two weeks from the 2016 election, Clinton had a 6.1 percent lead over Trump. But 2016 showed that national leads can be irrelevant, as the number of votes you win is less important than where you win them. Winning the battleground states is a far more likely way to secure an overall victory.
Although Clinton gained nearly 2.9 million more votes than Trump in 2016, he was able to claim victory in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, which was enough to grab the presidency.
President Donald Trump has a very good chance of winning the 2020 presidential election against Joe Biden. trump’s got an 87 percent chance of winning the election.
According to the American stock market, Trump’s approval ratings are in the negative on everything from the economy to the handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Forty-seven percent of respondents disapproved of his handling of the economy, 57 percent disapproved of his handling of the pandemic, and 54 percent disapproved of how he handled the protests stemming from George Floyd’s death.
In U.S. history when an incumbent president ran for reelection and the stock market was up more than 20% in the preceding three years. In 14 of those 16 times, the incumbent won reelection, giving a success rate of 87%. If the trend holds, Mr. Trump could be No. 15.
Nobody knows who will win because Predicting the outcome of a presidential election can be difficult as you don’t know who will show up to cast a ballot, who will change their mind last minute, and who “lied” to pollsters.