Biden is 10 points ahead, with most Americans saying Trump could have survived the Coronavirus: Reuters / Ipsos poll


According to Reuters, Democrat Joe Biden took a broader lead in the US presidential race after President Donald Trump tested positive for the coronavirus, and the majority of Americans believe that if he takes the virus more seriously could have prevented the infection. The Ipsos survey was released’ on Sunday.

Biden is 10 points ahead, with most Americans saying Trump could have survived the Coronavirus: Reuters / Ipsos poll


2-3-. The October national referendum saw little sign of support for the president outside the core group of Trump supporters, some of whom gathered outside the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where the president was’ hospitalized. Has been

Trump has repeatedly dismissed the severity of the epidemic as something that will go away on its own, barring Biden from wearing protective masks like in recent days, even as the corona virus has infected millions and affected businesses. And forced schools to close.

Of the adults expected to vote in the November 3 election, the poll found that 51% supported Biden, while 41% said they would vote for Trump. Are another 4 were choosing a third party candidate and 44 said they had not been decided.

Biden's 10-point lead over Trump is 1 to 2 points higher than Biden's posted leads over the past several weeks, although the increase is still within the precision range of plus or minus 5 percentage points.

Nearly a month before the election, Biden has maintained his initial advantage in winning the national popular vote. But in order to win the presidency, a candidate must win a number of states to win an electoral college, and the state election shows that Trump is as popular as Biden on the battlefield.

Hours after Trump, 74, was transferred’ to Walter Reid on Friday, he was diagnosed with COVID-19. The announcement set off a sharp-screen experience for many: as the media alert lit up cell phones and television sirens about Trump feeling feverish and in need of oxygen, several other Republican leaders announced that That, too, was a positive experience.

Most Americans are deeply concerned about the virus, and the poll found that 65 percent, including 9 out of 10 registered Democrats and 9 out of 10 registered Republicans, agree that "if President Trump takes the coronavirus more seriously. If I had taken them, they probably wouldn't have been’ infected. "

Only 34% said they thought Trump was telling them the truth about the corona virus, while 55% said they weren't and 11% didn't believe it.

Fifty-seven percent of Americans surveyed said they generally disagreed with Trump's response to COVID-19 epidemics, an increase of nearly 3 points from a survey conducted last weekend.

The United States has also been instrumental in reducing the 2020 presidential race to ensure the safety of all.

Sixty-seven percent of Americans personally want to block election rallies, and 59 percent think the presidential debate should be postponed’ until Trump recovers from the corona virus.

It is unclear how Trump's assessment will affect the next presidential debate, which is scheduled’ for October 15. The first vice presidential debate between Democrat Kamala Harris and Republican Mike Pence is scheduled’ for Thursday.

The Reuters / Ipsos survey was conducted’ in English, online across the United States. It collected responses from 1,005 American adults, including 596 potential voters.

Only 61% of Americans voting age actually voted in the 2016 election.


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