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Friday, 6 November 2020

US election: 17 seats away from Biden victory, lead in many important states

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US election: 17 seats away from Biden victory, lead in many important states


Exit polls say those who voted for Trump and Biden

Everyone is waiting for the results of the US presidential election, but in the meantime some statistics have come out that tell a very interesting story - especially about the voters.


Exit polls from Pennsylvania and Georgia show that in these two states, there has been considerable diversity among voters of both parties.


According to the exit poll, 76 percent of whites in Pennsylvania, 15 percent of blacks, 7 percent of Latin Americans and one percent of Asian descent were supporters of Demacrat leader Joe Biden. According to the US Census, the state of Pennsylvania has about 81 percent of the white population.


At the same time, most of the supporters of Trump are whites, about 97 percent and less than one percent of black people are his supporters.


According to the exit poll, about two percent of Latin American people in Pennsylvania and less than one percent of Asian-origin voters supported Trump.


Nearly seven percent of voters who voted for Biden believe they voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, while nearly four percent of voters who voted for Donald Trump said they voted for Hillary Clinton in the last election Had given.


If we talk about Georgia, where 60 percent of whites and 32 percent of black people are there, Joe Biden has got very good support from black people.


According to Exit Polls, 53 percent of those who voted Joe Biden in Georgia are black, 35 percent white, 8 percent Latin American, and 2 percent Asian-origin people.


Trump also received great support from white people here. His supporters are about 85 percent white, 7 percent black, 6 percent Latin American and 1 percent Asian-origin voters.

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