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My favorite polling organization, Quinnipiac, out just now, with results
of likely voters:

FLORIDA: Biden 51%, Trump 40%

PENNSYLVANIA: Biden 54%, Trump 41%

IOWA: Biden 50%, Trump 45%

IOWA SENATE: Greenfield 50%, Ernst 45%

In the wake of last week's presidential debate and President Donald
Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis, former Vice President Joe Biden is widening
his lead over President Trump among likely voters in both Pennsylvania
and Florida, according to a Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack) University poll
in both of these states released today.

In the first Quinnipiac University Poll of Iowa likely voters, Biden has
a slight lead over Trump in the race for president.

This poll was conducted between October 1st and 5th in all three states.

"In varying degrees, three critical states in three very different parts
of the country come to the same ominous conclusion. The president's
hopes for re-election are growing dimmer by the day," said Quinnipiac
University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy.

In Florida, likely voters support Biden over Trump 51 - 40 percent. That
compares to a September 3rd Florida poll showing Biden with 48 percent
support and Trump with 45 percent support. Among party affiliation, the
biggest change is among independents, who now support Biden by a
twenty-point margin compared to a ten- point margin a month ago.

In Pennsylvania, likely voters support Biden over Trump 54 - 41 percent.
That compares to a September 3rd poll when Biden received 52 percent
support to Trump's 44 percent.

In Iowa, likely voters support Biden over Trump 50 - 45 percent.
Democrats back Biden 98 - 2 percent, independents are divided with 48
percent supporting Biden and 43 percent for Trump, while Republicans
back Trump 91 - 6 percent.

Statehood for the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico!

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