Looking back to a week ago, I found this article from the Washington Post:
Trump remains unpopular in swing counties, just like in 2018
Even though it was a week ago, two interesting paragraphs are still relevant now:
"In the current poll, Trump’s approval in those 300 [swing] counties is 42 percent to 50 percent. In comparison, Murray noted, Trump’s approval rating in those swing counties in November of 2018, a few days after Democrats won the House, was 38 percent to 50 percent. So Trump’s approval is only a shade higher today than it was just after Democrats won their largest midterms victory since Watergate, and his disapproval rating is identical."and this:
"It’s absolutely plausible that Trump’s numbers will rise in the short term, particularly if there’s a “rally around the leader” effect amid the coronavirus crisis. But many health experts seem to agree that the coronavirus is a gathering storm, and that Trump’s failures have laid the groundwork for the calamity to grow to extreme proportions in short order. And our slide into economic disaster is only beginning."That's increasingly relevant, every day that this unprecedented situation grows in magnitude and impact.