A decisive vote takes place today for the US presidential election. According to Indian time, the voting process will continue until 7:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. Meanwhile, voters who don’t use Mail in Ballet are voting. Almost 50% of American voters have already voted by advance poll. In this election, Donald Trump is trying his luck again with the Republican Party, while the Democratic Party has lined up two former vice-president Joe Biden in front of him.
Trump vs Biden – anything can happen
In the US presidential election, the two leaders had been campaigning for nearly two months. According to the survey, many of the 50 states in the United States are those where Donald Trump’s Republican Party leads, while Joe Biden’s Democratic Party leads in several states. Now, all eyes are on these states called oscillating states. In these states, there is a thorny collision between Trump and Biden. According to experts, those states will decide which candidate enters the White House on January 20.
In which states does Donald Trump win
There are 9 states in the United States where Republicans in Donald Trump’s party already have an advantage. These states are Indiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Donald Trump’s victory in these states is considered certain.
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Where is Joe Biden’s Democratic Party in front
In the investigation, Joe Biden’s Democratic Party is ahead of Donald Trump’s Republican in several states. This includes California, New York, Washington State, Massachusetts, Oregon, Illionis, New Jersey, Colorado, and Virginia. Joe Biden is being told further by a wide margin here.
What states are swing states
There are many states in the United States where there is a close fight between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. These states are believed to play an important role in electing a new president in this election. They include the states of Georgia, Texas, Ohio, Visconis, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvanian, Florida, Arizona, and Nevada.