Polls from the summer of 2016 are similar to the current polling ahead of the 2020 November presidential election, Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt said Friday.
“If you look at the polling today as opposed to four years ago, it is actually tracking remarkably similarly and, of course, we know how that turned out,” Hurt told “America’s Newsroom.”
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is up 49-42% over President Donald Trump in a head-to-head matchup, according to a national Fox News survey of registered voters. Nine percent are undecided or back a third-party candidate.
Since March 2019, Trump’s support has stayed between 38-42%, and Biden’s lead has been outside the poll’s margin of sampling error 16 times. At the same time, the Democrat’s current 7-point lead is a bit lower than his 8-point advantage last month (49-41%) and 12-point lead in June (50-38%).
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