Just a day before the election, US President Donald Trump has dismissed opinion poll forecasts that claim he will lose the presidential race.
“I watch these fake polls. We’re going to win anyway. We are really looking good all over in the real polls”, Trump told his supporters at Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Both Trump and his opponent Democrat Joe Biden are spending the last day before the election attempting to boost turnout and their chances of winning the vote by holding a series of rallies in key battleground states. In a parallel pre-election rally, Biden urged Ohio citizens to cast their votes for him to get Trump to “pack his bags and go home”.
“We’re done with the chaos! We’re done with the tweets, the anger, the hate, the failure, the irresponsibility”, Biden said at the rally.
Trump’s remark comes as the final pre-election polls continue to predict victory for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, although the latter has lately seen a drop in the upper hand he had over the incumbent president in some states. Namely, the Monmouth University survey showed Biden outpacing Trump by 7% in the battleground state of Pennsylvania after having previously enjoyed an 11% lead over POTUS. The university admitted that bearing the margin of error in mind, either of the candidates could secure a decisive victory in the Keystone State.