Trump Now Beating Biden 49-46% in Florida, 48-47% in North Carolina says Rasmussen Polls

President Trump’s 52% Approval Rating is also now higher than President Obama’s 50% rating on the same day 2012 – when Obama was re-elected for a 2nd Term

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — In separate polls this week in states critical to whether or not President Donald Trump is reelected, Rasmussen Report's Polling found President Trump has now pulled ahead of Biden in the key swing states of both Florida and North Carolina.

Florida: Trump 49%, Biden 46%

In a new, Friday, October 23rd Rasmussen Reports telephone and online survey of Florida's "Likely Voters", Trump is now beating Biden 49% to 46%.
 
  • 89% of voters in the Sunshine State have already made up their minds whom they’re going to vote for.
    • Trump leads 50% to 48% among this group.
  • In 2016, Trump earned 49% of the vote in Florida, edging Democrat Hillary Clinton by 1.2 points to carry the state.
  • 3% like some other candidate, and
    • 3% are undecided.
  • To see survey question wording, click here.
Factor in those who haven’t made up their minds yet, but are leaning toward one candidate or the other, and Trump gains another point, besting Biden 50% to 46%.

North Carolina: Trump 48%, Biden 47%

In a new, Thursday, October 22nd Rasmussen Reports telephone and online survey of North Carolina's "Likely Voters", Trump is now beating Biden 48% to 47%.
 
  • 92% of voters in the Tar Heel State have already made up their minds whom they’re going to vote for.
    • Trump leads 50% to 48% among this group.
  • In 2016, Trump won nearly 50% of the vote in North Carolina, beating Democrat Hillary Clinton by almost four points.
  • (2% like some other candidate, and
    • 3% are undecided.
  • To see survey question wording, click here.
Factor in those who haven’t made up their minds yet, but are leaning toward one candidate or the other, and Trump still leads 49% to 48%.

Rasmussen Report's Daily Tracking Poll for Thursday, Oct. 22nd also now shows that President Donald Trump’s 52% Approval Rating is higher than President Barack Obama’s 50% rating on the same day in 2012 – the year President Obama was re-elected for a 2nd Term as president.
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