The Democratic Party candidate for the White House, Joe Biden, has a five-point lead in the election over the current President of the United States, Donald Trump, in Texas, one of the Republican Party’s most important fiefs, to win presidential elections next November planned.
According to an election intent poll released this Sunday by the Dallas Morning News and the University of Texas, Biden would receive 46 percent of the state’s vote, while Trump would keep 41 percent of the support. In addition, 14 percent of voters are still undecided.
Previously, Trump and Biden had received a similar percentage of around 43 percent in a survey conducted in April.
Political scientist Kenneth Bryant, one of the study’s designers, has pointed out that former US Vice President Biden’s increased support is due to the loss of Trump voters between independent and “weak supporters”.