At new polls, Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in Texas and Florida as coronavirus flares in both states
- A new Dallas Morning News survey gives Biden a 5-point lead in Texas
- CBS polls show Biden leads 6 in Florida, but is stuck in Texas
- Texas is a conservative state that mostly votes Republican
- Closest race in Arizona
New polls released on Sunday showed that former Democrat vice president Joe Biden is in charge of President Donald Trump in Texas and Florida – both claiming Donald Trump participated in 2016.
A Dallas Morning News shows Biden leading Trump from 46 to 41, with 14 percent undecided. The two men were tied to 43-43 in the same poll in April.
CBS released a series of state polls on Sunday, including one leading 46 to 42 Biden in Florida, a critical state on the battlefield.
Former Vice President Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in a poll in Texas, tracking one point after another
The CBS / YouGov poll in Texas has Trump within the margin of error with 46 to 45. In Arizona, they are tied at 46 percent. Trump won Arizona by less than 2 percentage points in 2016.
All three states are experiencing a spike in coronavirus and a resurgence of infections.
Florida reported a staggering 15,000 infections on a one-day Sunday, breaking its own record in a state where Trump is expected to deliver his congressional speech next month.
The 270,000 state is now higher in the rankings than those in Spain or France, in a state that urged early reopening.
Arizona, where Trump hosted a mega-church campaign event last month, is experiencing its own peak, in a state where immigration remains a major concern.
Biden leads Trump in new polls in Texas and Florida, while following Trump with only one percentage point in a
President Trump follows Joe Biden nationally and in several major battlefield states
The number of deaths from the US coronavirus was 130,000
Texas, an award that Democrats have been coveting for years but who have not used to channel resources, is running out of equipment amid a corona virus hotspot in Houston.
Hospital admissions in the state exceeded 10,000 on Friday.
Both campaigns also look at Georgia, where Trump led Biden 48 to 45, just a three-point lead in a heavily Republican state.
The silver lining for Trump in the research group is that Biden remains below the critical 50 percent mark.