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Tomorrow at 5AM: we conclude our polling for the cycle with the final NYT/Siena polls of Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

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1. Today I have a short but rather adventurous flight from Siena to Arezzo, the next leg of my journey across Italy in MSFS. The air was pretty windless, but that meant there was some fog near the ground when I began at Siena.

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There are four days until Election Day. Here’s the latest: — Joe Biden leads by 3 points in North Carolina, a New York Times/Siena College poll found — Nonvoters in 2016 are casting their ballots in droves — President Trump remade his election night plans

Crave only God’s honor and the salvation of His creatures — Saint Catherine of Siena

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Today, around 1PM: NYT/Siena in North Carolina Finally, we'll conclude with our last surveys of Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

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Joe Biden leads in North Carolina, according to the final Times/Siena poll of the state Biden 48, Trump 45 Cunningham 46, Tillis 43 Cooper 51, Forest 42

"According to an NYT/Siena national poll released this month, more than two-thirds of Americans back $2tn in stimulus for the economy, and similar spending on green energy investments, while opinion is roughly split on corporate tax rises." ?

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Joe Biden and Cal Cunningham both led their Republican rivals by three points, a Times/Siena College survey found. Perhaps most notably, 64 percent of respondents said they had already voted. via @nytimes 

Joe Biden is leading by eight points in Michigan, according to a new poll from The New York Times and Siena College. It's the latest sign of President Trump’s troubled standing among white voters without college degrees in some Midwestern states.

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Joe Biden has a commanding, 14-point lead over President Trump in the 2020 race, a new New York Times/Siena College poll of registered voters shows. Biden has a big lead with women and nonwhite voters and has made inroads with some GOP-leaning groups.

Breaking News: Joe Biden leads President Trump 49 to 41% in Arizona, a New York Times/Siena poll shows. The state hasn’t voted for a Democrat for president since 1996.

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A majority of voters believes the winner of the presidential election should fill the Supreme Court seat, and Joe Biden has an 8-point lead over President Trump, a national poll conducted by The New York Times and Siena College found.

In the Times/Siena national poll just a couple of weeks ago, voters overwhelmingly supported a new $2 trillion dollar stimulus package by a 72-23 percent margin. It's just astonishing that a president trailing by 9 points is going to pass on this opportunity

Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in Arizona, 49 to 41 percent, in a new Times/Siena survey. Democrat Mark Kelly leads Republican Martha McSally, 50 to 39 percent, in the US Senate race

Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in Pennsylvania and Florida, according to new Times/Siena polls taken after the first debate. Biden leads in Pennsylvania, 49 to 42 percent among likely voters. He leads in Florida, 47 to 42.

President Trump is on the defensive in three red states he carried in 2016 as he continues to face opposition from women, a New York Times/Siena poll shows.

Biden leads Trump in Pennsylvania, 49 to 40 percent among likely voters, in a new Times/Siena poll

So excited to be filming at the university of Siena today! X

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Breaking News: Bernie Sanders has opened up a lead in Iowa in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, a New York Times/Siena College poll of likely caucusgoers found

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