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BBC News 18 Oct 2020

US election: Are white women voters wavering on Trump?


More white women voted for Donald Trump than for Hillary Clinton in 2016, according to research.

But polls now suggest they're changing their minds about the president.

Population reporter Stephanie Hegarty explores the shift in attitudes, and looks at what impact it could have on November's election.

Producer/Director: Natalia Zuo

White women in Pennsylvania, a battleground state, are abandoning President Donald Trump for his Democratic rival Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
As the US election enters its final stages, President Donald Trump's campaign has reached a frenetic pace since he left hospital last week. Joe Biden, in contrast, has no public events on his schedule.
While speaking with MSNBC"s Trymaine Lee, as part of the Texas Tribune Festival, rapper and activist Bun B challenges white women voters in America not to prioritize their "comfort" when they head to the polls in November. Aired on 09/03/2020.
In Sean Spicer's 'The Women Vote' series, Congressional candidates Kimberly Klacik and Anna Paulina Luna comment on how the female vote could sway in favor of President Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden. - with Newsmax TV's Sean Spicer and Lyndsay Keith

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