President Trump returns to Wisconsin today for his 10th visit of 2020 on the heels of three new polls that showed him trailing Joe Biden among likely state voters.
The latest New York Times/Siena College poll, released yesterday, found 52 percent of likely voters backing Biden, compared to 41 percent supporting Trump. That’s largely unchanged from mid-October, when the poll had it 51-41.
The latest poll of 1,253 likely voters was conducted Oct. 26-30 and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.2 percentage points.
On Saturday, the latest CNN poll had Biden with a 52-44 edge with Libertarian Jo Jorgensen at 3 percent. CNN had it 52-42 in mid-September.
The latest poll of about 1,000 adults was conducted Oct. 23-30 and included 873 likely voters. The margin of error of plus or minus 3.9 percentage points.
And the latest Emerson College poll had Biden up 53-45 with 2 percent planning to vote for someone else. In early September, Emerson had it 51-44.
The survey of 751 likely voters was conducted Oct. 29-30 and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
CNN had Trump’s job approval at 45-53, while in Emerson his split was 45-52.
Today’s Kenosha stop is the fourth of five events Trump has planned today.
See coverage of Friday’s campaign stops in Wisconsin by Trump and Biden here.