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TheStreet compiled an index of the key states to follow in the 2020 presidential election and the latest polling averages from Real Clear Politics. Here are some of the latest changes in the Presidential Polls Index.
States Trump Improved: Minnesota, Alaska, North Carolina, Florida
States Biden Improved: Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Arizona
TheStreet Presidential Polls Index Oct. 24 Edition
|State||2020 RCP Polling Avg.||2016 RCP Polling Avg.||2016 Polling Result|
North Carolina Snapshot
The demographics in North Carolina have changed in recent years. It has become another intriguing state in the 2020 election cycle.
North Carolina is one of the leading states in tech job growth in the U.S. joining states like California, New York, Texas, and Florida. That's good company to be in when it comes to job growth. These demographic changes have made this a more competitive state.
North Carolina also has a spicy Senate race happening this election that is growing tighter each day after a scandal was reported earlier in October. Democrat Cal Cunningham decided to play a real-life Councilman Bill Dexhart from the show Parks and Recreation and had an extramarital affair.
Despite the scandal, Cunningham is polling better against incumbent Thom Tillis than Biden is polling against Trump in the state.
This makes North Carolina one of the states you must watch on Election Day because of the implications it will have on the Senate majority.
What's at Stake: 15 Electoral Votes
Last Day to Register to Vote in North Carolina: Oct. 9 - Registration Closed
Early Voting: Starts Oct. 15 - Ends Oct. 31
Election Day Time: Nov. 3, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. - More Information
Key Senate Races: Yes
Key House Races: Yes