A poll by ABC News / The Washington Post shows Democratic candidate Joe Biden leading by far in Wisconsin and a smaller lead in Michigan over President Donald Trump.
Biden leads Trump 57% to 40% among prospective voters in Wisconsin, stretching the lead to 17 percentage points. In Michigan, Biden leads by 7 percentage points (51% to 44%).
Wisconsin is now the state that ranks third in the country in coronavirus cases per capita, “with a 53% increase in the average number of daily cases in the last two weeks” and a record number of hospitalizations, the report said. ABC News.
Wisconsin has 10 votes in the Electoral College where Trump won in 2016 by less than 23,000 votes.
Michigan is one of the so-called states Rust Belt, (Rust Belt, in Spanish), a name that refers to the industrial heart of the United States at the moment ‘rusty’, an arc that goes from the interior of New York to states of the Midwest, such as Ohio and Indiana.
Trump beat Michigan to Clinton in 2016 by less than 10,700 votes, it was the state in which more adjusted Republican won (less than 0.2%). He has 16 state votes in the Electoral College.
Here you can see the complete analysis of the states that will define the election: