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Fox News Poll Shows Joe Biden CRUSHING Trump By 25 Points in Swing Counties

Mediaite Saturday, 28 March 2020
Fox News Poll Shows Joe Biden CRUSHING Trump By 25 Points in Swing CountiesA new Fox News poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading President Donald Trump by a crushing 25 point margin in counties that were close in 2016.
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