(USA Features) New polling data reveal that President Donald Trump now leads Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden in three key battleground states.
That said, the Firehouse Strategies and Optimus poll reveals there is a slim margin between the two candidates.
In Michigan and Wisconsin, Trump leads Biden by two points. In Pennsylvania, Trump leads Biden by one point — each well within the margins of error.
Biden strengthened his support after trailing the president by nine points in Wisconsin when the same poll took the measure of voters in December.
“Sen. Bernie Sanders does worse against Trump in the three swing states — seven points behind Trump in Michigan, four points behind Trump in Pennsylvania, and six points behind Trump in Wisconsin,” Breitbart News reported.
In Michigan, Trump leads with 46 percent against Biden at 44 percent. In Pennsylvania, Trump leads with 45 percent, while Biden garners 44 percent. In Wisconsin, Trump leads with 45 percent while Biden gets 43 percent support.
The survey was conducted March 5 to March 7 with 1,582 likely voters in Wisconsin (N = 502), Michigan (N = 550), and Pennsylvania (N = 533). The margins of error are approximately ± 4.7% in Wisconsin, ± 4.6% in Michigan, and ± 5.0% in Pennsylvania.