Poll That Predicted Trump's 2016 Win Shows Biden Leading By 8.5 Points

Source: The Daily Caller - View Original Article
Published: Oct 13, 2020
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Bias Rating:

62% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 62% Liberal:

  • 1 positive sentiment for Police funding


Policies:

Socialized Healthcare
Police funding

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94% "Trump Narrows Biden's Lead Despite Unfavorable Debate Performance, New Poll Shows)""
93% "The poll surveyed 970 registered voters and 851 likely voters between October 7 and October 11, with a margin of error of +/-""
86% "Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden holds an 8.5-point lead over President Donald Trump just three weeks away from the election, according to the IBD/TIPP ..."
82% "In 2016, men supported Trump by a wider 11-point margin, and Trump had a 15-point deficit among women in 2016 compared to his current ..."
80% "The economy was the most important issue for voters, with 29% naming it as the most important issue for the 2020 election.""
-61% "(RELATED:""
-73% "The coronavirus was the second-most important issue, followed by health care, law and order, race relations, and the Supreme Court.""
-74% "Additionally, Trump enjoyed the support of white voters by 15 points in 2016, but in the latest poll white voters favor the president 50%-45%.""
-81% "3.5 percentage points.""
-96% "Biden enjoys greater support than former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did in 2016.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

27% : The coronavirus was the second-most important issue, followed by health care, law and order, race relations, and the Supreme Court.
94% : Trump Narrows Biden's Lead Despite Unfavorable Debate Performance, New Poll Shows)
93% : The poll surveyed 970 registered voters and 851 likely voters between October 7 and October 11, with a margin of error of +/-
86% : Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden holds an 8.5-point lead over President Donald Trump just three weeks away from the election, according to the IBD/TIPP 2020 Presidential Tracking Poll.
82% : In 2016, men supported Trump by a wider 11-point margin, and Trump had a 15-point deficit among women in 2016 compared to his current 23-point deficit.
80% : The economy was the most important issue for voters, with 29% naming it as the most important issue for the 2020 election.
39% : (RELATED:
26% : Additionally, Trump enjoyed the support of white voters by 15 points in 2016, but in the latest poll white voters favor the president 50%-45%.
19% : While the majority of likely voters support Biden in 2020, Clinton only had the support of around 45% of likely voters in the 2016 IBD/TIPP polls leading up to the election, according to the report.
19% : 3.5 percentage points.
4% : Biden enjoys greater support than former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did in 2016.

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