Details: In Arizona, where voting by mail is tradition, the analysis finds 90% of registered voters who strongly disapprove of Trump are likely to vote by mail, compared with 46% of those who strongly approve of the president.

In Nevada, where a judge recently dismissed a lawsuit by Trump’s campaign to challenge ballots from being sent to all voters because of the pandemic, 75%who strongly disapprove of Trump are likely to vote by mail, compared with 21% who strongly approve of him.

In Michigan, the contrast was 79% to 24%.
In Wisconsin, it was 77% to 15%.
In Florida, it was 75% to 27%.
In Pennsylvania, it was 74% to 8%.