(NewsReady.com) – If you thought you noticed more people showing interest in the presidential race this year, you weren’t wrong. A new poll has found Americans are very interested in the outcome of the race. In fact, more so than any other match-up in 20 years.
According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released on September 27, 58% of registered voters are following the presidential race “very closely.” Members of both parties are equally interested, with 86% of Democrats and 87% of Republicans paying attention to the competition between Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.
Public interest in the election is the highest it’s been since the race between George W. Bush and Al Gore in 2000.
It’s really not surprising. Some people believe it’s the most consequential in their lifetime. Check out the president talking about one of his endorsements from a law enforcement union who thinks just that:
According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll:
Biden and vice-presidential nominee Sen. Kamala D. Harris (Calif.) lead Trump and Vice President Pence by 53 percent to 43 percent among registered voters, statistically unchanged from the 12-point margin in a poll taken in August.
— GEORGE E AVENT (@avent_e) September 28, 2020
On November 3, America will decide if they want 4 more years of Trump or a term with Biden’s far-Left policies. They’re paying attention, but that means nothing if it doesn’t translate into votes.
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