The 2020 Presidential Race – Current Polling and Fundraising Numbers

(Last Updated on 8/2/2020)

Check here for the most recent polling data and money raised to date by each candidate!

We will keep this post updated as new numbers come in.

Recent General Election Polls

Trump v. Biden (+7%)

Trump v. Biden (Emerson, 7/31) – Biden 50%, Trump 46%, Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (IBD/TIPP, 7/30) – Biden 48%, Trump 41%, Biden +7%

Trump v. Biden (Economist/YouGov, 7/29) – Biden 49%, Trump 40%, Biden +9%

Recent State Election Polls

Arizona: Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/29) – Biden 47%, Trump 45%, Biden +2%

Trump v. Biden (CNN, 7/26) – Biden 49%, Trump 45%, Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (NBC News/Marist, 7/26) – Biden 50%, Trump 45%, Biden +5%

Florida: Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (Mason-Dixon, 7/30) – Biden 50%, Trump 46%, Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/29) – Biden 48%, Trump 45%, Biden +3%

Trump v. Biden (CNN, 7/25) – Biden 51%, Trump 46%, Biden +5%

Michigan: Biden +7%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/29) – Biden 46%, Trump 42%, Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (CNN, 7/26) – Biden 52%, Trump 40%, Biden +12%

Trump v. Biden (CBS News/YouGov, 7/26) – Biden 48%, Trump 42%, Biden +6%

North Carolina: Biden +5%

Trump v. Biden (CBS News/YouGov, 8/2) – Biden 48%, Trump 44%, Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/29) – Biden 49%, Trump 46%, Biden +3%

Trump v. Biden (NBC News/Marist, 7/27) – Biden 51%, Trump 44%, Biden +7%

Ohio: Biden +1%

Trump v. Biden (CBS News/YouGov, 6/24) – Trump 46%, Biden 45%, Trump +1%

Trump v. Biden (Rasmussen Reports, 7/22) – Biden 50%, Trump 46%, Biden +4%

Trump v. Biden (Quinnipiac, 6/24) – Biden 46%, Trump 45%, Biden +1%

Pennsylvania: Biden +6%

Trump v. Biden (Franklin & Marshall, 7/30) – Biden 50%, Trump 41%, Biden +9%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/29) – Biden 48%, Trump 46%, Biden +2%

Trump v. Biden (Gravis, 7/25) – Biden 48%, Trump 45%, Biden +3%

Wisconsin: Biden +6%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/29) – Biden 48%, Trump 43%, Biden +5%

Trump v. Biden (Gravis, 7/24) – Biden 50%, Trump 42%, Biden +8%

Trump v. Biden (CNBC/Change Research (D), 7/15) – Biden 48%, Trump 42%, Biden +6%

Money Raised To Date

In general, the candidate who spends the most money wins 85% – 95% of the time.

That’s why it’s so important to follow the money!

Michael Bloomberg: $936.2 million

Tom Steyer: $344.1 million

Donald Trump: $231.9 million

Bernie Sanders: $181.9 million

Elizabeth Warren: $122.5 million

Joe Biden: $88 million

Amy Klobuchar: $53.2 million

Kamala Harris: $40.9 million

Andrew Yang: $38.5 million

John Delaney: $29.3 million

Be sure to also check the “Politicians” tab in our app to see which companies have recently funded each of these politicians!

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