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An exclusive Express.co.uk poll found that a large majority of readers back Mr. Trump’s offer for an additional four years in the Oval Office despite his poor grades in the United States.

The online poll found that 80% (7,957 people) said they would vote for Mr. Trump if they could run in next month’s election.Only 20% (1,531 people) said they would vote for his 77-year-old rival and former vice president Mr Biden. Two percent (287 people) were undecided.

A total of 9,775 readers took part in the survey, which opened today at 10:30 am and closed at 7:30 pm.

An Express.co.uk reader said: “Much more enthusiasm for Trump in this election. I cannot stress enough how support for him has grown.

“He will win big! The polls are just as fake as they were in 2016, maybe worse. Bought and paid for the results by whoever pays for a survey. Simple.

“China-funded lefties and Soros money are against him. It’s not organic at all. ”

Another said: “Insider or outsider, no problem, they voted for the lesser of two evils last time and they have the same choice again.

“The Orange Jester causes the least damage and should therefore continue as long as he at least understands jobs and business. ”

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Another Express.co.uk reader said: “The United States is lost forever if Biden wins, he has proven over the years that he has no clue about world affairs. ”

Several readers deplored the quality of the candidates running for the presidency.

One of them said, “Basically a choice between awful and awful. ”

And another said: “They are both little old people who should have retired many years ago.

“If they are the best the United States has to offer, then God help us all. “

Mr. Trump is eager to return to the countryside after an absence of more than a week.

He plans to visit the key battlefield state of Florida tomorrow, followed by rallies in Pennsylvania and Iowa on Tuesday and Wednesday.

U.S. opinion polls show Mr Biden holds a substantial lead nationally, albeit with a smaller advantage in some of the states likely to decide the outcome of the election.



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