Analysis: Biden Leads, But He's Still Short Of 270 Electoral Votes : The NPR Politics Podcast Joe Biden maintains a lead in key states Trump won in 2016, but the race remains tight in Florida. Arizona and Georgia are toss-ups, and Texas is pink. And, the race is remarkably stable. Our reporting from across the country finds that a vanishingly small share of voters are persuadable. That makes the election primarily a turnout contest.

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Analysis: Biden Leads, But He's Still Short Of 270 Electoral Votes

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Analysis: Biden Leads, But He's Still Short Of 270 Electoral Votes

Analysis: Biden Leads, But He's Still Short Of 270 Electoral Votes

Analysis: Biden Leads, But He's Still Short Of 270 Electoral Votes

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Joe Biden maintains a lead in key states Trump won in 2016, but the race remains tight in Florida. Arizona and Georgia are toss-ups, and Texas is pink. And, the race is remarkably stable. Our reporting from across the country finds that a vanishingly small share of voters are persuadable. That makes the election primarily a turnout contest.


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