With fewer than a hundred days to go before Americans head to the voting booths in November, President Donald Trump faces an uphill battle to win reelection.
A number of polls give former Vice President Joe Biden the lead nationally, especially in key battleground states. But that’s not the only challenge Trump is facing. The president is also dealing with a growing health crisis and faltering economy. The question now, will Trump be able to turn things around?
- Joe Lowndes is a political science professor at the University of Oregon
- Michael Johns is co-founder and national leader of the U.S. Tea Party movement
- Joseph Williams is senior news editor, U.S. News & World Report
- Brian Becker is executive director, of the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition
With about 100 days until the presidential election, @SteveKornacki breaks down the latest polling showing Pres. Trump trailing Joe Biden.
"The number of opportunities for Trump to make up ground may now be limited."https://t.co/xdu3Uid27u
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) July 27, 2020
BREAKING: An AP-NORC poll finds that with 100 days to Election Day, more Americans say the U.S. is on the wrong track than at any other point in Donald Trump’s presidency. https://t.co/L5LxESyKCZ
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) July 26, 2020
Joe Biden has the clear advantage in the polls for now.
But his advantage in national polls has come largely from a drop in President Trump's support — rather than a big increase in the percentage of people saying they would vote for Biden. https://t.co/ur7rk7EA5t
— NPR (@NPR) July 27, 2020