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Question of the Month

Joe Biden's polling numbers improved vis-a-vis President Trump in June. What are Biden's chances of winning in November 2020?

Please answer the poll only once.

Numbers Don't Lie?
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It's Voting Time!

Donald Trump was always going to win the 2020 Republican nomination for president, but the Democratic field started out rather crowded. After four months of primaries and caucuses, former Vice-President Joe Biden has emerged as the presumptive Democratic nominee. 

The biggest question now is: Can Democrats and Republicans hold traditional, in-person conventions in August? Convention delegates formally select the party nominee for president and vice-president, finalize the party platform, and conduct other party business. In addition, conventions provide a great opportunity to showcase the party and the nominee to the public. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, it is very questionable whether either party will be able to hold a traditional, mass-gathering convention.