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Trump and Biden tied in key states


The US president, Donald Trump, will seek re-election. Joe Biden wants to occupy the White House, now as president. Photos: AFP

WASHINGTON.

The race between Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and incumbent Donald Trump is divided into key states, according to a published Reuters / Ipsos poll.

The poll was conducted of voters in six states – Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, Florida and Arizona – who are key to deciding whether Trump wins a second term or whether Biden defeats him in the November election.

In Florida, 47% of voters said they will vote for Biden, while 47% will vote for Trump and 3% have already cast their vote.

In Arizona they will vote for the Democrat 47%, for the Republican 46%.

Michigan: by Biden, 49%, and by Trump, 44%.

In North Carolina the picture is similar: for Biden, 47%, for Trump, 47%.

In Wisconsin, 48% will vote for the former vice president and 43% for the occupant of the White House. In Pennsylvania it will be 49% for Biden and 46% for Trump.

Noting that the coronavirus pandemic has hit the black minority especially, Biden said yesterday that the participation of African Americans is a centerpiece in his hopes of reaching the White House and reversing the economic and social inequalities that have affected the community. black.

There is only one way to do it. We have to come forward and vote, ”Biden said at an African-American economic summit in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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