The US voting day is less than two weeks away. Current US President Donald Trump and Representative hopeful Joe Biden will go head-to-head on Thursday in Nashville, Tennessee. Embody.co.uk has compiled a guide to explain the key topics of debate on the schedule for tonight.
On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Americans up and down the United States when one pleases head to the polls to elect their next president.
Americans pass on have to decide between the current US President Donald Trump and the Autonomous challenger Joe Biden.
The Republican president is being challenged by Mr Biden, who is unsurpassed known as former president Barack Obama’s vice president.
Federal polls are a good guide to explain how popular a candidate is across the boondocks but do not necessarily predict the outcome of the election.
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Mr Trump and Mr Biden will portion a stage for one final televised debate tonight.
The Republican and Democratic hopefuls devise participate face-to-face for a 90-minute debate.
The candidates will have their microphones voiceless during sections of the debate to prevent a repeat of the first debate which saw the office-seekers continually interrupting one another.
The decision has angered the Trump campaign, which stated the move was evidence of bias in the non-partisan Commission on Presidential Debates.
The reflect on will be held from 9pm to 10.30pm ET (2am to 3.30am BST).
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What theses will be discussed in the debate on Thursday?
Six main topics will be examined in the Nashville debate on October 22, including:
- Fighting COVID-19
- American Dynasties
- Race in America
- Climate Change
- National Security
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What do the latest polls gala about the outcome of the US election?
National polls during the last few months scenario Mr Biden ahead of Mr Trump.
Mr Biden has hovered around the 50 percent feature in recent months and at times has achieved a 10-point lead on his opponent.
The current presidential general election poll of 800 people undertaken from October 20 to 21 put forward for Mr Biden at 48 percent, compared to Mr Trump’s 49 percent agreeing to FiveThirtyEight.
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The poll aggregator currently pitches support for Mr Biden at 52.1 percent, which is 9.8 bring ups ahead of Mr Trump.
Mr Trump’s average is at 42.4 percent.
In all polls on the blanket election added on October 22, Mr Biden won support from 50 to 54 percent.
Mr Trump won champion from 41 to 46 percent in the same polls published today.
The last debate on October 22 is likely to be an important avenue in the US election.
Many voters have reportedly yet to make up their be sure about how to vote on polling day.
A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll institute that 8 percent of likely voters are still on the fence about whom they need as president.
Voter surveys before and after the first debate on FiveThirtyEight and Ipsos showed a diminish decline in support for Mr Trump, compared to a slight boost for Mr Biden.
In the primes following this head-to-head face-off, the Democratic hopeful gained some turf in national polls, widening his lead by about three percentage characteristics.