Joe Biden holds a strong lead among registered voters in six battleground states carried by Donald Trump in 2016.

Iran Press/America: The US President Trump has lost significant ground in the six battleground states that clinched his Electoral College victory in 2016, according to New York Times/Siena College surveys, with Joseph R. Biden Jr. opening double-digit leads in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

According to New York Times, Trump’s once-commanding advantage among white voters has nearly vanished, a development that would all but preclude the president’s re-election if it persisted. Mr. Biden now has a 21-point lead among white college graduates, and the president is losing among white voters in the three Northern battleground states — not by much, but he won them by nearly 10 points in 2016.

 Biden would win the presidency with at least 333 electoral votes, far more than the 270 needed, if he won all six of the states surveyed and held those won by Hillary Clinton four years ago. Most combinations of any three of the six states — which also include Florida, Arizona and North Carolina — would suffice.

Trump's administration is facing double-digit unemployment, coronavirus mismanagement, and poor dealing with the cause of recent protests in reaction to racism due to the murder of George Floyd, these are among those issues that Trump faces before the 2020 Presidential election.

 Floyd, 46, an unarmed black man, died after being pinned down by Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, as he was being arrested in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25 after reportedly attempting to use a counterfeit $20 bill at a local store.

His death has prompted largely peaceful mass demonstrations that have continued more than two weeks across the US, though some have devolved into violence and looting.


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