It's just a single poll, but what Quinnipiac University found is remarkable: Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Trump are in a virtual tie in Texas, the beating GOP heart of the country. As the nation reels from competing crises, Trump's own reelection campaign's surveys are reportedly far from reassuring, showing states he won easily in 2016, like Ohio and Iowa, as being highly competitive in November. Other polls show Biden leading in Republican-leaning states like Florida and Arizona. Asked about the numbers, Trump cited "other polls where I'm winning," but didn't name them.
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