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Tue Sep 15, 2020, 01:24 PM

CNN Polls: North Carolina a tight race, while Biden leads in Wisconsin

Among likely voters in North Carolina, 49% support Biden, 46% Trump. In Wisconsin, likely voters break 52% for Biden to 42% for Trump.

The results suggest North Carolina voters see some strength in each candidate. Likely voters there divide over which candidate would better handle the top issues in the campaign, with Trump holding an advantage on handling the economy (52% to 45% among likely voters) and Biden ahead on handling the coronavirus pandemic (52% to 46%) and racial inequality in the US (53% to 41%). They see Biden as more apt to unite the country (54% to 40%), and are more likely to say Trump has the stamina and sharpness to be president (50% to 44%). They split evenly (47% to 47%) over who has a clear plan to solve the country's problems and who would keep Americans safe from harm (49% Trump to 48% Biden).

In Wisconsin, on the other hand, Biden has an edge over Trump on all but two of those tested matchups, and on those where Biden does not have an edge, neither does Trump. Biden is widely viewed as more apt to unite the country (55% to 36%) and handle racial inequality in the US (55% to 38%). He is more trusted by a 13-point margin on the coronavirus outbreak (54% to 41%). He is more often seen as having a clear plan to solve the country's problems (49% to 43%) and has the edge on keeping Americans safe from harm (50% to 45%). Wisconsin likely voters split evenly on who would better handle the economy (49% Trump to 48% Biden) and who has the stamina and sharpness to be president (47% Trump to 44% Biden).

In both states, likely voters are more likely to express deep worry about the coronavirus outbreak in their community (34% in North Carolina, 33% in Wisconsin) than they are to be that worried about the impacts of racism (30% in North Carolina, 28% in Wisconsin), the economy (28% in North Carolina, 24% in Wisconsin) or the risk of crime (14% in North Carolina, 13% in Wisconsin). In both states, Biden's voters express significantly deeper worries about coronavirus, racism and the economy than do Trump's voters.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/cnn-polls-north-carolina-a-tight-race-while-biden-leads-in-wisconsin/ar-BB194grD?li=BB141NW3&ocid=DELLDHP

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Tue Sep 15, 2020, 02:52 PM

1. Actually I think that's a slight improvement from what it was...one can hope!

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Tue Sep 15, 2020, 06:11 PM

2. Trump has the stamina and sharpness to be president??????

WHATS THE FUCKING COLOR OF THE SKY IN NORTH CAROLINA?????
R. U. FUCKING KIDDING ME??????

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