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Iowa Polls Show A Close Race Between Trump And Biden. We Hear From Voters

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Cheerleaders wear masks at a socially distant high school football game in Clinton County, Iowa. (Scott Hoag Photography)
Cheerleaders wear masks at a socially distant high school football game in Clinton County, Iowa. (Scott Hoag Photography)
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Iowa remains one of the most hotly contested states this election after easily going for President Trump in 2016. Trump's popularity has been waning in the state as the COVID-19 pandemic surges and recent polls show a dead heat between him and Joe Biden.

Fans at a recent high school football game in Clinton County help illustrate this divide. Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd has more.

Students taking photos for the yearbook on costume night at a high school in Clinton County, Iowa. (Scott Hoag Photography)
Students taking photos for the yearbook on costume night at a high school in Clinton County, Iowa. (Scott Hoag Photography)

This segment aired on October 15, 2020.

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