Biden polls Trump in Arizona; Kelly leads Maxley: Poll

A new poll presents positive news for Democrats in Arizona’s swing state, which is an estimated Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenGOP Excluded Around 2M Americans for Incentive Check for Senators Biden organizers say campaign is ‘suppressing Hispanic vote’ in Florida, with staff mistreating Harris as Biden VP ticks the clock As stated favorite. Chief President TrumpDonald John Trumpcity Police Announces Riot Amid Continued Protests Brazil’s Bolsonaro Says He Has Tested Negatively for Coronovirus Reagan Foundation Has Told Trump Campaign, RNC to Stop Using Former President’s Name . And Democrat Mark Kelly prominent Sen. Martha McSallyMartha Elizabeth McSallyCook political report shifts several Senate races among Democrats amid concerns over Coronaveras, Trump turns to ‘tele-rallies’ to support Planned Parenthood’s six-for-GOP senators on COVID-19 bill Launched Data Advertising Campaign (R. Ariz.).

NBC News / Marist Found with Biden in poll released on Sunday 50 percent support registered voters in Arizona, compared to 45 percent of the president. The result was an error of 4.1 percentage points outside the poll margin.

A total of 4 percent said they were undecided or they would choose another candidate.

In a March NBC News / Marriage poll, Biden had a 1 percentage point lead over Trump, 47 percent to 46 percent.

In the current poll, the former vice president received high support among Latino with 61 percent, 57 percent voters under 45, women at 57 percent, independents at 55 percent and whites with college degrees at 51 percent.

Trump topped Biden in 53 percent of the vote among men, voters above 45 on 52 percent, whites on 49 percent and whites without a college degree on 52 percent.

A total of 48 percent of registered voters in the state said Biden would be better at handling coronoviruses, and 53 percent said he would better manage race relations. But 55 percent of registered voters said the current president would be better at leading the economy.

Polls show more supporters of the president saying they support Trump 74 percent, compared to 61 percent of Biden’s supporters. But 56 percent of voters who dislike both candidates say they are going with Biden, while 29 percent said they will go with Trump.

Meanwhile, Kelly garnered 53 percent of the vote from registered voters, compared to a sitting senator who received 41 percent support. In the March survey, Kelly and Maxley were separated by 3 percentage points: 48 percent to 45 percent.

The NBC News / Marist poll surveyed 1,020 adults, including 826 registered voters, between 14 and 22 July. The margin of error among adults reached 3.7 percentage points and registered voters by 4.1 percentage points.

The majority of voters recorded in the survey came from Maricopa County, where Phoenix is ​​located, with 60 percent.

Polls show that Arizona has dealt with coronovirus growth in recent weeks. A total of 162,014 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed since the onset of the epidemic, resulting in 3,305 deaths, State data.

According to New York Times data, the state has seen a one-day increase in the last days of June with 4,797 new cases, and an average seven-day average of 2,675 new cases per day thereafter.


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