New York: The nationals and state polls have been steady with some constrictions, but Joe Biden has been on the lead both nationally and in key battleground states, as per reports by Apco Worldwide.
The major changes reported were infections, hospitalisations and deaths due to COVID-19 which are worsening, especially in the Midwest.
However, President Donald Trump in his closing argument continued to downplay the pandemic and attacked Biden in all ways he could. Biden’s closing argument focused on the news to fight against the pandemic and demonstrating the need for leadership.
“Regardless of what happens election night, don’t be surprised if Trump proclaims victory on November 3 and for Biden to be more reserved, unless it is a clear blowout for him and then he will claim victory”, the analysis stated.
The analysis said not to expect either candidate to concede on election night. “There are chances that Trump will be leading in several key states, but as the mail-in ballots are being counted, his lead could gradually diminish and Biden will emerge as the victor. Most people worry about this situation about how both sides will react to this situation which will be critical to see a legal challenge from Trump,” according to the analysis.
“By all accounts, the trends in the race for President are holding in place since our last analysis. National and state polls remain steady with some tightening, but overall Biden holds his lead both nationally and in key battleground states,” the aanalysis was quoted as saying by news agency IANS.
The report further states that Democrats will hold the leads in early in-person and mail-in voting, while the Republicans will perform better on Election Day voting. “Pay attention to what results are being reported before jumping to conclusions,” it said.
“Don’t forget the Senate”, it said. It is estimated (but not a guarantee) that the Democrats will win the elections. However, their margin in the Senate will depend on polls in the states of Iowa, Montana, Georgia, South Carolina, Alaska, Kansas, and Texas.
It added, “Do not forget the House.” There are several election races that may depict a larger story about what will be going on at the Election Night and individual candidates. Though, the outcome of election is not questioned. According to reports, Democrats will hold the majority in the next Congress.