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Joe Biden is up 51 to 43 percent in new general election match up polling from Morning Consult. Biden is also up in key battleground states. The Morning Joe panel discusses. Aired on 10/13/2020.
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Biden Up In General Election Polling, Leads In Key Battleground States | Morning Joe | MSNBC

101 Comments on "Biden Up In General Election Polling, Leads In Key Battleground States | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Trumpfor Biden | October 13, 2020 at 10:31 AM | Reply

    Voted today in TX and the Biden voters were out in HORDES … ✊😁😁 It’s going to be a BLUE TSUNAMI!!!

    • @BTS Dance Studio ok …..the wall well get done, lower taxes, vaccine for all , jobs jobs for all , 401k up more, stock market up more, better deals with the reat of the world, OUT of the mid-east ……got to go and lay down, WITH BIDEN SAME AS HE AS DONE IN 47 YEARS NOTHING…………..

    • BTS Dance Studio | October 13, 2020 at 8:56 PM | Reply

      ​@IRONS He aint president.. More beloved twin brother RIP Randy/5/26 get on ACA because Of Biden and valiantly fought Diabetes. Don’t buy in to the 47 BS. Thank You President Obama/Biden. We got jobs and we got Diabetic family so don’t let Trump BS You. God Bless CJ.

    • BTS Dance Studio | October 13, 2020 at 8:56 PM | Reply

      Sorry My Beloved Twin Brother.

    • @Holdyour Plums “feel safe” “,feeling threatened” what a lunatic you are.

    • @Feral Human I alwaya report him when I see him. He has no life beyond trolling.

  2. Seniors don’t want to lose their Medicare and Medicaid either. They will lose it Trump gets re-elected. When you continue to go against what the majority wants it will cost you in the end.

  3. Lawrence Yoshikawa | October 13, 2020 at 10:35 AM | Reply

    Just a heads up people, polls are useless if you don’t vote. So GO VOTE VOTE VOTE

    • RougeDragon whiteFlame | October 13, 2020 at 10:07 PM | Reply

      @David Gainey actually the improved economy was because of Obama, not trump.

      and as for what Biden done for the American people, here’s a list:

      Reviving Our Economy

      as Vice President, oversaw implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in 2009, then the biggest economic recovery plan in our country’s history. helped rebuild the American economy and save the American auto industry, lifting us out of the Great Recession
      brokered Senate negotiations between Democrats and Republicans to pass the Budget Control Act of 2011 and avert a federal government shutdown
      led a review in 2014 of federal employment and training programs that reach more than 21 million people per year, retooling $1.5 billion in grants to align with job-driven training best practices

      Expanding Access to Healthcare

      helped pass Obamacare (Affordable Care Act), guaranteeing health coverage for Americans with pre-existing conditions and 20 million who were previously uninsured
      helped launch a “Cancer Moonshot” initiative in 2016 to accelerate efforts to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer

      Advancing Women’s Rights and Gender
      Equity

      sponsored the original Violence Against Women Act in 1994, leading to a major decline in intimate partner violence, from 2.1 million victims in 1994 to 907,000 in 2010
      oversaw the confirmation of Ruth Bader Ginsburg as the second woman in the history of the Supreme Court in 1993
      as chair of an all-male Senate Judiciary Committee, advocated the addition of Senators Dianne Feinstein and Carol Moseley Braun

      Climate Change

      cosponsored proposed legislation to curb greenhouse gas emissions in 2007
      called for American participation in UN climate negotiations in 2005
      introduced one of the Senate’s first climate change bills, in 1986, leading to the creation of a task force on global warming
      utilized his experience working across the aisle to establish a pragmatic plan to cut carbon emissions and secure a sustainable future (click here to read more)
      oversaw dispersement of $90 billion for clean energy as part of the 2009 Recovery Act. solar power increased 20x between the years 2008 and 2016

      Promoting Peace and Security

      secured the passage of arms limitation agreements in 1979 between the United States and the Soviet Union, reducing the risk of global nuclear disaster
      advocated for economic sanctions against South Africa’s apartheid government
      pushed for U.S. intervention in the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s, ending ethnic cleansing and bringing peace to the region
      supported expanding NATO to include Warsaw Pact nations Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, advancing the cause of an undivided, democratic and peaceful Europe

      Protecting our children

      served as primary sponsor of the PROTECT Our Children Act of 2008, helping law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute child predators
      sponsored and introduced the Criminal History Background Checks Pilot Extension Act of 2008, allowing volunteer organizations – such as children’s sports groups – to obtain national and state criminal history background checks on their volunteers

      Policing and criminal justice reform

      Co-authored the 1994 crime bill, which has been credited with decreasing levels of violent crime, but also increasing rates of incarceration. Biden has recognized flaws with the original bill and his proposed policies look to address many of the concerns that resulted (click here to read more)

      Stopping Far-Right Judges

      as ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, blocked Jeff Sessions from becoming a federal judge in 1986
      blocked the nomination of Robert Bork, who wanted to roll back advances in civil rights, to the Supreme Court in 1987

    • RougeDragon whiteFlame | October 13, 2020 at 10:11 PM | Reply

      @Janice Smith What the heck are you going on about?

    • RougeDragon whiteFlame | October 13, 2020 at 10:12 PM | Reply

      @Subremedy* S which is why people with common sense what to vote Trump out of office.

    • @RougeDragon whiteFlame Why did Biden say his voters don’t deserve to know his stance on packing the court?

    • RougeDragon whiteFlame | October 13, 2020 at 10:39 PM | Reply

      @Subremedy* S because he would rather have the media focus on what happening right now instead of his answer.

  4. How does a guy who’s party only votes for 1% of the people get 40% of the people’s votes?

    • Malicious Mike | October 13, 2020 at 8:50 PM | Reply

      @Doug Eisenberg I find most Democrats are patriotic Americans, they’ve just been tricked into hating trump for one reason or another. Some of the ones here, well…

    • @mIkeDBIGame That’s a prime example Mike’

    • His base are comprised of vile cultists. Cults are hard to penetrate

    • @Andria Marie I’m Canadian and I know that its 100, two for each state and thats how the Reps won the senate with only 34% of the vote compared to 64% for the Dems. Example , North Dakota cancels out California or half a million cancels out 38 million. this has to change.

    • @gurujr p

  5. Alexander Supertramp | October 13, 2020 at 10:37 AM | Reply

    “Don’t ever use the word smart with me.” -Trump.

    I don’t think that will be a problem.

  6. Toddy tappers wilhelm | October 13, 2020 at 10:39 AM | Reply

    My ballot came in mail. I voted straight blue and ran to drop off box

  7. Polls might be encouraging, but it doesn’t mean anything unless you vote! Vote now by mail or go in person and make it count!!! If you need a refresher, there are three branches of government, what every voter should know: Executive (POTUS & VP), Legislative (Congress = Senate, House) and Judicial (Supreme Court). The current POTUS tRump wants to turn all of it red, but we can turn it around and GO BLUE. Do That. VOTE in person or by mail-in for what is best. Return us to decency and democracy. Trump is a liar who cares for no one but himself. Let us end that!

  8. Judgement Day is coming Nov VOTE VOTE VOTE He will be Voted out of office we have hordes and hordes of Biden voters that have already voted he cant stop

  9. Mignon Simpson | October 13, 2020 at 10:41 AM | Reply

    Trump the kiss of death our modern day Judas.

  10. Trump is going to suppress, lie, cheat, steal this election. VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE

  11. Polls are worthless. Look at the sample sizes. No way that few people can accurately represent millions of voters.

    • Polls are spectacularly predictive and correct 99% of the time. You should study how they work – weighting, sampling, methodolgies, margin of error, etc.
      CNN’s poll of polls gave CLinton a slim 4% lead on election eve. The margin of error was 3.5%. She won the popular vote by 2% (3,000,000 votes). The polls work just fine.

    • Vote to save American Democracy!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lUO9s9t4Vw

    • @Roman Jones Vote to save America’s republic!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKBvC5mcu6k

    • Ready Now&Forever | October 13, 2020 at 9:58 PM | Reply

      @Lars Jones Sure, I totally agree with you, but if it wasn’t a multitude of different subsets by an abundance of polling/pollster operatives, you wouldn’t be able to say that so assertively.

    • @Ready Now&Forever RIght, the poll of polls is like five-thirty-eight’s poll averaging but they use different metrics. I think it’s amazing how, with weighting etc., sampling 1,000 people can tell you a lot about 1,000,000. Statistical anylsis has always facinated me… the magic of biomial distribution ona spreadsheet is brilliant

  12. Please every one DON’T TRUST THE POLES GET OUT AND VOTE

    • @dale gribble
      Some states possible. But even still.
      You have to register.
      When the votes are counted the registered voters have to add up to the returned ballots. Or be less than.
      You can’t have 11 million registrations and then get back 20 million votes.
      Or ballots.
      It’s harder than it seems, but doable in states where the machines are connected to the internet.
      You know just last week in an interview with one of Florida’s top supervisors of elections employee,
      She said in 2016 they knew the machines were hacked but before they could check the hard drives Rick Scott had the machines pulled and the hard drives ripped out.
      She said they still are unsure of who won in Florida.
      So yes it is possible. JB doesn’t need Florida to win. It would be nice but it’s not necessary.
      Keep up the good work warning people for sure.

    • Lot of Tump supporters 😂🤣
      Ohh boy save me 😇

    • Don’t trust the Russians either! Vote!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lUO9s9t4Vw

    • Voted trump because I’m not a moron. I

    • Doug Eisenberg | October 13, 2020 at 7:26 PM | Reply

      VOTING RED for GOOD Americas
      NOT Voting for any PEDOPHILE Tax Illegals Terrorist’s Democrats Ever

  13. Adolf Benedict Trump must lose for the survival of America, make sure you vote him out.

  14. If you haven’t voted yet, PLEASE VOTE. DO NOT TRUST THE POLLS. VOTE FOR BIDEN-HARRIS. LETS GET RID OF THE MENACE tRump. Stay safe and stay and stay well.

  15. To the elderly, Joe and Kamala is your way to safety. Vote blue.

  16. David Dennison | October 13, 2020 at 11:10 AM | Reply

    Hmmm. Could it be that the American people want affordable healthcare and don’t want a president who watches TV all day and sends out nasty, bullying, racist tweets to fellow American citizens day and night from the White House?

  17. Vote Early in packs, stay in long lines, proud of people in Georgia, today Texas will face long lines today! Gear up and stay in line.

  18. Trump is a dumpster fire on a train wreck on the wrong track. Vote Biden 2020!

  19. “A lot of seniors” are realizing that it’s trump’s/republicans’ fever dream to get rid of Social Security. “A lot of seniors” couldn’t survive and would be homeless without it.

  20. Marchelle White-Stein | October 13, 2020 at 1:06 PM | Reply

    I don’t care about the polls and either should you, just go vote.

    • And make sure you vote for Trump!

    • people ; have we all forget how they make the 👮,👮👮 get down on their knee , before those BLM mob’s,, the democrat are planning to take your right to own a gun as well, if democrat win , Harris, she will put Americans on their knee , defend 👮👮 👮 and take your right away..😢😥 ,our freedom is dependent on this election.🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👍👍👍.

    • @cindy rogers For people with your degraded brain it would be better if that would be true.

    • ​@Tim S Voting for Biden from Florida and I’m a registered republican.

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