Biden leads Trump in Texas of all places

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
 

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biden leading in a poll don't lose hope you can start fresh in 2024
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Demographic in Texas has gotten bluer and bluer. Time for the rich in Texas to push for succession again.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Demographic in Texas has gotten bluer and bluer. Time for the rich in Texas to push for succession again.
Californians leaving and moving to Texas forgetting why they left California in the first place
time to get the touch and create a good old fashion California wildfire in texas.
 

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You run with that poll then. Because the polls do show that Biden is slipping in Texas. I can only surmise after
the last debate, he'll even slip more.
Oh was he that bad? Or is that just your narrative?

Doesnt matter we already voted.
His remarks on the oil industry, Sillyboobbo.
 
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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
The polls show a major shift in Texas over the last two weeks

If it holds, it would be a massive defeat for Republicans
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
No he doesn't.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Demographic in Texas has gotten bluer and bluer. Time for the rich in Texas to push for succession again.
Californians leaving and moving to Texas forgetting why they left California in the first place
time to get the touch and create a good old fashion California wildfire in texas.
I hear it’s cheaper to live in Texas but in the end you’re in Texas.

Miz of wwe moved from la to Texas. They ran back to Cali.

And if the republican way is so good in texas why aren’t young people naturally buying in? How come even white young adults are struggling in texas too? Why hire out of state people? Why not give the jobs to Texans? They’re too stupid so the corporations need to import labor.
 

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