Biden Can't Count on the Union Vote

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Both Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden tout themselves as the candidate of the working man. While Biden has gained many union endorsements, Trump is hoping to repeat his wins in Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania with the support of white working-class men, many of them in unions.

While many unions have spent the past four years talking to their members about how Trump has attacked unions and made it more dangerous to go to work, it appears that little has changed since 2016. According to a new poll commissioned by North America’s Building Trades Unions of their members in six key swing states, Biden and Trump are essentially tied with Biden getting 48% of the vote and Trump getting 47%.

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