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President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is leading in key states according to the results of the poll. The data was published by the political statistical portal Real Clear Politics.

Thus, for the incumbent head of the White House decided to cast their votes a majority of residents of Ohio (provide 18 electoral votes), North Carolina (15 votes), Georgia (16 votes) and Iowa (6 votes).

In the state-leader in terms of votes of members of the electoral college (38), Trump, although he lost his position, still retains the leadership – 47.7% against 46.5% of the representative of the Democratic Party Joseph Biden.

At the same time, Biden has a significant lead in such fluctuating regions as Florida (29 votes), Pennsylvania (20 votes), Michigan (16), Wisconsin (10), Minnesota (10), Nevada (6) and Arizona (11).

According to Real Clear Politics, Democrat is 6.8% ahead of Trump in popularity among voters.

The U.S. general election will be held on November 3. Americans will elect a president and vice president, 35 senators, all 435 members of the House of Representatives, 13 state and territory governors, and local representatives Authorities.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, Biden is ahead of the current American leader by 8%. In a study conducted October 27-29, a Democrat gets 51% and Trump gets 43%.

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