2020 Electoral Map Ratings: Landscape Tightens Some, But Biden Is Still Ahead

The big change is that Florida has gone from leaning in Joe Biden's direction back to its traditional spot as a toss-up state.
Source: NPR

It looks, for now, like President Trump has bounced back a little after bottoming out.

The president was at a low point against former Vice President Joe Biden, but in the past month, even though Biden still has an edge, the landscape has tightened some, according to the latest NPR Electoral College analysis.

The biggest change is that Florida has tightened in the month and a half since our and is back in the toss-up category. This means that including states leaning toward Biden, he is just below the 270-vote threshold needed to win the presidency. Currently he has

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