President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden will finally meet for the first presidential debate on Tuesday, September 29, in Cleveland, Ohio. Two additional presidential debates are scheduled (October 15th and October 22nd), but the first debate is building up to be the most anticipated of the three.
Tomorrow will be the first time that Donald Trump and Joe Biden finally meet face-to-face to state their case to the country and answer the most pressing issues that we’re facing at this time. According to the Commission on Presidential Debates, the 6 topics that have been selected to be discussed in the debate will be:
- The Trump and Biden Records
- The Supreme Court
- The Economy
- Race and Violence in our Cities
- The Integrity of the Election
The commission also stated that the debate will be set up into nine different segments for about ten minutes each. The start time for the debate is set for 9:00 PM Eastern Time / 8:00 PM Central Time.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal/NBC poll, 70% of Americans have said that the presidential debates will not have much of an impact on how they plan to vote in the November election. There were 1,000 participants that took part of the Wall Street Journal/NBC poll.
With that said, we want to run a poll to get a real sense of what the real voters, you, have to say on whether the debate will have an impact on how you ultimately end up voting for in the presidential election. We’ll present all this information for you and provide insight once the poll has concluded.
We’ve run a few presidential polls on our website. If you’re interested in checking out the results of those polls and seeing how people voted by party affiliation, the polls and all the details can be found on our website.
For people that that are hesitant about going to the polls to vote in-person due to the current pandemic, there is an option of submitting an absentee/mail-in vote. We’ve written a detailed article that goes over the absentee/mail-in voting process, which covers the deadlines to make a request, how to apply, and the deadlines for when the ballots must be received or postmarked. You can find that article by going to our website.
For people that have not registered to vote yet, there is still time to make your vote count. You can use this link to check your registration status as well as register to vote.
We would truly appreciate it if you can share this poll with your family and friends. The more people that participate and give their opinion, the more accurate the poll results will be to show a true reflection of how people across the country plan to vote.
If you are an independent party and would like to reference our poll, please feel free to use the results of this presidential poll for your research and content.