For what it’s worth, there’s a new poll of Michigan voters showing former Vice President Joe Biden with a wide lead over President Trump in the state. EPIC-MRA finds a double-digit lead for the Democrat at the top of the national polls for his party’s 2020 nomination. The survey gives Biden a 52-to-41-percent lead over the incumbent Republican, who in 2016 became the first in his party to win in Michigan since George H.W. Bush in 1988. For those who outright support either candidate, Biden leads 49% to 37%. In the head-to-head hypothetical matchup, Democrats support the former VP by a 92-to-2 percent margin, while 83-percent of Republicans favor re-electing President Trump. However, 12% of Michigan Republicans say they’d vote for Biden if the election were between the two right now.