US These states where the US presidential election will be played out: Florida

13:30  22 september  2020
13:30  22 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Following is a table of United States presidential elections in Florida , ordered by year. Since its admission to statehood in 1845, Florida has participated in every U . S . presidential election except

The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020. It will be the 59th quadrennial presidential election .

Le candidat démocrate Joe Biden sur l’aéroport de Tampa (Floride), le 15 septembre, après une table ronde avec d’anciens militaires en reconversion. © Drew Angerer - AFP Democratic candidate Joe Biden at the Tampa airport (Florida), on September 15, after a round table with former retraining soldiers .

The White House will be played in just a quarter of the fifty American states. Those who do not invariably vote Republican or Democrat. Americans call them Swing States. Among them, Florida is the most populous: at stake, 29 voters, out of the 538 of the electoral college called to designate the President of the United States. They will fall into the hands of whoever, Biden or Trump, wins in this state where the gap is often small.

La Floride se situe au sud-est des États-Unis © Ouest-France Infographic Florida is located in the southeast of the United States

Once again, Florida could well be the mother of all battles in the presidential election . Of all the Swing States, it is the most popular because it is the most populous (21 million inhabitants): coming out on top in the huge peninsula that separates the Atlantic from the Gulf of Mexico brings in a bunch of 29 voters; in other words, more than a tenth of the 270 (out of 538) needed to win the White House.

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Florida held an election for president of the United States on November 3, 1992. The race was extremely close – so close in fact that some news networks mistakenly reported that Democratic challenger Bill Clinton had won in the state

To win this jackpot, the candidates invest massively time and money in Florida, with a fairly unpredictable result as the differences are so small. The soap opera of the 2000 presidential election is in everyone's memories: Republican George Bush, tied (48.8%) with Democrat Al Gore, had not been declared the winner, with 537 votes out of more than 6 million, who 'after a Supreme Court decision stopping the recount of ballots.

Since then, the presidential gap has never exceeded 5 points - only 0.9 points in favor of Barack Obama in 2012 against Mitt Romney; 1.2 for Donald Trump four years ago against Hillary Clinton.

This year? Democrat Joe Biden has been racing ahead for months: he had widened a gap of seven points in the middle of the summer, according to the average of the polls calculated by the benchmark site fivethirtyeight.com, thanks in particular to a breakthrough among seniors, an electorate that continues to swell as baby boomers settle in search of sun.

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We 'll be keeping track of those polls here and trying to work out what they can and can't tell us Biden leading national presidential polls. National polls are a good guide as to how popular a candidate is These are the places where the election will be won and lost and are known as battleground states .

The 2012 United States presidential election in Florida took place on November 6, 2012, as part of the 2012 General Election in which all 50 states plus the District of Columbia participated.

One of the states most affected by the Covid-19

Retirees voted for Trump four years ago. Their handling of Covid-19 - Florida is one of the worst affected states - has cooled them off. Its denial of global warming also undermines its credibility in one of the most vulnerable states, where severe hurricanes follow one another at rapid pace.

Yet Biden's Florida lead melted in September - it's even the only one of the Swing States to decline, observers say. Six weeks before the election, the Democrat is, on average, only two points ahead of the President in voting intentions: 48.1% to 46%. The latest polls indicate he is doing worse than Hillary Clinton among Latinos, notes Amy Walker, Cook Political Report analyst.

The Republican campaign is multiplying the signals to the growing Hispanic community, which weighs 20% of the electorate and two-thirds of whom voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016. Trump hopes to bite beyond the Cuban exiles in Miami, traditionally acquired on the right, and conquer part of the Puerto Ricans, very numerous in the Orlando region: on September 18, the White House announced aid of 13 million dollars for the reconstruction of the Caribbean island ... three years after the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria; and to flatter the Hispanic electorate, the President suggests he could appoint Barbara Lagoa to the Supreme Court.

The stake of participation

It remains to be determined who will vote on November 3 in a state where the coronavirus circulates abundantly: the very republican north, the more liberal south, seniors, blacks or Latinos, categories most affected by the Covid-19? Participation will determine the winner, said Sharon Austin, a University of Florida political scientist, in an interview with The New Stateman.

A very uncertain participation, while Donald Trump, who is not with a paradox, has continued to denigrate the postal vote ... without knowing if he was shooting against his own camp or against the opposite camp .

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