The New York Times reports:
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is leading President Trump in three states Trump’s campaign has identified as top flip opportunities, according to a New York Times/Sienna College poll released Saturday.
The new survey showed Biden leading by a 50-41 margin among likely voters in Minnesota, possibly the Trump campaign’s top flip target, 46-42 in Nevada and 45-42 in New Hampshire. Biden also has a 5-point edge in Wisconsin, which went for Trump by under 1 percent in 2016.
In all four states combined, Biden has a 48-42 lead among likely voters. The former vice president also holds an 11-point lead among suburban voters, who prognosticators say will decide the election. Trump won voters in the nation’s suburbs by 4 points in 2016.
— David Montgomery (@dhmontgomery) September 12, 2020
NYT poll: Biden leading in NH (+3), NV (+4), WI (+5) and MN (+9)
Trump stuck in low 40s everywhere – never even hits 45 pct
— Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) September 12, 2020
NEW NYT/Siena College poll:
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) September 12, 2020