Donald Trump attacks Fox news polls showing him behind Joe Biden in Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio
- President Donald Trump attacked Fox News polls on Friday after they showed him following Joe Biden in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio.
- Of particular interest is Ohio, where the former Vice President leads Trump 50-45 to Ohio
- It was the third September poll that Trump has over there
President Donald Trump on Friday attacked new Fox News polls that see him chasing Joe Biden across the battlefields of Nevada and Pennsylvania, as well as Ohio’s top Republican prize.
The president resumed his long feud with the network’s electoral unit on Twitter. He called it “one of the worst polls of 2016”.
‘They were so ridiculously wrong. Fox said they would change the pollsters, but they didn’t. They totally sample Democrats to the point that a child could see what’s going on.
President Donald Trump attacked Fox News polls on Friday after they showed him the drag in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio
Then he turned his hat to his favorite electoral unit, Rasmussen.
“Rasmussen, which was 52% accurate,” the president wrote.
The latest Rasmussen has Trump following Democrat Joe Biden, who leads 48 to 47. “Democratic candidate Joe Biden is barely back in the lead,” John Rasmussen’s polling company wrote in its weekly memo.
Of major concern for the Trump camp are national polls that have the president in the queue are developments.
Trump attacked Fox News after his polls showed him in three key states
Those polls, released Thursday, had the former vice president leading Trump 50-45 in Ohio. Ohio is a must for Trump, particularly as he battles Biden in Florida where polls have been tightened. Trump led both states in 2016.
Fox polls showed Biden cemented or expanded contacts in both Nevada and Pennsylvania. In both states, Biden led the youngest and oldest voters, as well as Hispanics, a key voting group in Nevada.
A Quinnipiac University survey of Ohio also had Biden in the lead, 48 to 47 percent statistically insignificant. Biden’s lead averages 3% in Ohio when looking at all three September polls, including a Rasmussen form that also defeated him.