Former President Donald Trump leads President Joe Biden by 7 points in the crucial battleground state of Michigan.
In the state that Trump won in 2016 but lost to Biden in 2020, Biden defeated Trump 42% to 35%, with 20% saying they would vote for someone else and 3% choosing not to vote.
When Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer replaced Joe Biden as the Democratic nominee, she defeated Donald Trump 46% to 40%, a 13-point reversal from the previous matchup with Biden.
Recent polls indicate that Biden would win Michigan by a significant margin.
Trump was the first Republican presidential candidate to win Michigan in decades, narrowly defeating Hillary Clinton in 2016.
In 2020, the state returned to Democratic control, with Biden winning by nearly 3 points.
From October 2 to October 8, MRG surveyed 600 prospective Michigan voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 4%.
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