Joe Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo VP vetting process, report says

Joe Biden and Amy Klobuchar

In citizens aged 65 and older Biden leads by 17 points and handles a 13 factor lead amongst independents. The former vice president's 11-point lead over Trump is an increase from a previous Quinnipiac poll, published April 8, that showed Biden with a 49 percent to 41 percent lead over Trump.

The exit polls are a significant swing towards the Democrats over the last three-and-a-half-years. Trump notably won MI in 2016, defeating Hillary Clinton 47.5 percent to 47.3 percent. According to the poll, 37 percent said they felt confident with that response, but 51 percent said they felt uneasy.

Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, leads Trump 50 to 39 percent in a head-to-head matchup in the USA presidential election, the poll showed.

Trump's campaign said earlier this month it took in $61.7 million in April when combining other committees that included the fundraising arm of the Republican Party.

The poll discloses that Trump's favorability ranking is in adverse region with 43 percent citizens have a favorable point of view of him and 55 percent adverse.

But the PPP poll showed that there is stronger support for Whitmer's approach.

Biden has committed to selecting a woman to be his vice president, sparking a fierce audition process with some female lawmakers flat-out lobbying for the job.

Out in the country, Biden hold a 30 point lead among rural white voters while Biden has a 64 point lead among black voters.

Both Trump and his rival, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, appear to be stepping up their fundraising despite the coronavirus pandemic, which has hammered the US economy and disrupted election campaigns.

Biden's favorability rating is positive by 2 points, at 48 percent favorable and 46 percent unfavorable. On the issue of health care he leads by 17 points.

According to a new Quinnipiac University poll, 50 percent of voters said they would vote for Biden if the election were today, while 39 percent favored Trump.



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