Donald Trump could win re-election if polls in key battleground states are as inaccurate as they were in 2016, according to the United State Studies Centre CEO Simon Jackman in this Sky News interview. Jackman has analysed current polling in 11 key battleground states and calculated Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a 65.1 per cent of winning the November 3 election when past polling errors are taken into account.
It would be naive to count Trump out
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Professor Simon Jackman