Why this president election will come down to these toss up states
In 2016, Trump won 11 of the 13 swing states
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Many polls now show presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leading President Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election.
Trump has been trailing Biden by as many as 10 points, according to some national polls, largely credited to dissatisfaction with Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and social justice issues.
Trump has to win 77 percent of the electoral college votes to win reelection, and is currently short 155 votes.
By comparison, Biden today needs 24 percent of the electoral college votes in toss up states. Biden is currently just 48 votes shy to win.
Listen to why this election will come down to the toss ups, states like Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Missouri, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Arizona and Texas.
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