Virtual Democratic candidate for the United States Presidency, Joe Biden, is nine points ahead of President and current White House resident, Donald Trump’s candidacy, less than 24 hours before the start of the National Democratic Convention where he will officially assume the presidency his candidate for Vice President Kamala Harris.
According to a poll by NBC / Wall Street Journal published this Sunday, 50 percent of voters polled say they would vote for Biden instead of Trump, while 41 percent said their vote would go to the American president would. This benefit is two points less than the same survey last month.
In 11 key states campaigning for the balance of their voters – Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – Biden holds an average of seven point advantage, 49 to 42 percent.
Trump has a positive perception among voters about his management of the economy in his favor, and that three out of four will vote out of personal compassion. However, more than half of Biden’s voters, 58 percent, have said they will support the Democratic candidate only to oust the current president.