Each week, Outkick updates you on the latest polls for the 2020 presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Here are the most recent numbers via Real Clear Politics:
After that wild debate, next week’s polls aren’t likely to shift much, if at all. Nothing was accomplished. President Donald Trump didn’t pick up any new voters, but despite the coverage, didn’t lose any either.
Though Democrats and the media have repeatedly claimed that Trump is refusing to denounce white supremacy, that’s inaccurate, as many observers noted:
Donald Trump has, in fact, condemned white supremacy repeatedly. In the exchange everyone is quoting from last night, he repeatedly said he was willing to do so. The fact that this has been obscured is journalistic malpractice. pic.twitter.com/pYbfHMcgb5
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) September 30, 2020
It’s also not impactful. Democrats tried the same approach in 2016 and failed.
The good news for Biden is that he came in the frontrunner and walked out the frontrunner. He still leads the polls in most battleground states, and his team saw Tuesday as a clear win, despite several factually incorrect statements.
Though the 270 to Win map projects a 279-119 lead for Biden, the race is most likely much tighter.
32 days to go.