The president has rallied against calls of victory for Democrat Joe Biden and insisted that foul play is the reason he has been behind—claiming he would be ahead based upon votes he deems to be legal.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden was expected to lead a blue wave—but things did not pan out that way and the conservative television network took some joy in mocking their liberal counterparts.
Trump has praised this poll in the past for what he has viewed as precise and lacking bias.
The poll also found that 48 percent of registered voters "strongly dislike" Trump and only 44 percent of all voters plan on voting for him.
Texas has been solidly Republican and hasn't backed a Democratic candidate in a presidential election since 1976, but recent polls conclude that the state is a toss-up.
Biden's lead over Trump has declined slightly but he's still ahead by double digits, according to a major poll tracker.
As of October 12, 2020, one of the polls has Trump losing to Biden by 8.5 percentage points, and the other has Trump losing to Biden by 13 points.
The states are two of a handful of swing states that could decide the 2020 presidential election, but Trump only won each by less than 1 percent in 2016.
"There's still time on the clock," de Blasio said Friday.
A drop in Putin's popularity comes at a time when Russian dissatisfaction in state polls is gradually building.
The poll started a couple days after Biden said that if he and Trump were in high school, he would take Trump "behind the gym and beat the hell out of him."
Michelle Obama was identified as the most "trusted messenger," according to the poll.
Even pre-#TrumpTapes, the GOP nominee has been trailing Clinton overall and in two crucial swing states.