Three interesting comparisons, mid March to mid July on Trump.

Overall job approval, mid March 47.4% approve, mid July 41.4% approval

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/president_trump_job_approval-6179.html

Trump's approval of his handling of the CoronaVirus, March 50.6%, July 39.1%

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls...virus-7088.html

Head to head matchup, mid March Biden 50.7% Trump 44.3%, Mid July Biden 49.4%, Trump 40.6%.

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2020/president/us/general_election_trump_vs_biden-6247.html

Trump's numbers or approval over all has dropped 6 points, his handling of the Virus dropped 11 points while those planning on voting for him in November dropped 3 points along with Trump falling from 6 points behind Biden to a deficit of 9 points.

All positive numbers for Biden and the Democrats. But what goes unnoticed is those planning to vote for Biden in November has also dropped a point and a half. Which means around 5% of those who had decided to vote for either candidate back in March now have moved into the undecided column. Not unusual, as folks reconsider who they'll vote for all the time. But it is interesting that the undecided's have grown from 6% in March up to a bit over 10% in July.

Having 10% of the electorate or even a bit more in the undecided column prior to the start of the official campaign season on 1 Sep is normal. Having only 6% was unusually low for March. The undecided's will usually begin coming off the fence sometime in October. So what this tells me, 2020 will be more of a normal election than 2016. 2016 was very unique with no historical precedence.

For Biden and the democrats, normal is good. As normal as we can get with the CoronaVirus hanging over our heads.
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