Trump Leads Biden in Nearly Every Battleground State, New Poll Finds

Trump Leads Biden in Nearly Every Battleground State, New Poll Finds

The United States former President Donald Trump is ahead of his Democratic opponent, President Joe Biden, in the most important States for the 2024 Presidential race.

Here are the details of the news.

Trump Leads Biden in Nearly Every Battleground State, New Poll Finds

Recent polls by the New York Times and Siena College, published Sunday, have revealed that former President Donald Trump leads President Joe Biden in five of the six most important battleground states despite Biden’s endless efforts to gain significant approval ratings for the United States 2024 Presidential race.

The poll found that Trump’s lead ranges from 4%-10% points in these States, and he led Biden by five points in Arizona, six points in Georgia, five points in Michigan, 10 points in Nevada and four points in Pennsylvania.

Biden is ahead of the former President by a 2-point only in one significant state, Wisconsin.

The poll also notes some reasons behind the low approval rating of Biden among likely voters in these states. The most crucial factor that could cause the president to lag behind most candidates is his age and health.

Voters are deeply concerned about his age and whether he would be able to serve the second term if elected as the President in 2024. Additionally, voters are unhappy with Biden’s economic policy and handling of many other issues.

Even Trump is not the first choice of most people for the 2024 President due to his alleged illegal acts and conduct since he left the White House in 2021.

But if people were to choose between the former and current President, most voters in battleground states said they prefer Trump for economic, foreign, immigration policies, national security and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

At the same time, they would support Biden on abortion and handling democracy.

Trump Leads Biden in Nearly Every Battleground State, New Poll Finds

Overall, Biden and Trump are equally unpopular among the voters for several reasons. However, Trump has a little edge over the President as per the voters’ reviews.

Spencer Weiss, 53, an electrical substation specialist in Bloomsburg, who supported Biden in 2020 but now stands for Trump, has said, “The world is falling apart under Biden. I would much rather see somebody that I feel can be a positive role model leader for the country. But at least I think Trump has his wits about him.

Voters under 30, a group that voted for Biden in 2020, have also asserted that they would support Trump in 2024, citing inflation and high interest rates in the economy.

The poll results reflect the stance of the United States people for the two most contentious Presidential candidates. Biden, who will turn 81 this month, is famous for being the oldest President in American history and running for reelection in 2024.

In contrast, Trump has gained popularity because of facing several civil and criminal charges in multiple lawsuits related to overvaluing business records, Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results, and his mishandling of classified documents.

However, his legal challenges do not appear to block his way to the White House as the former President is leading not only against Biden but all Republican and Democratic Presidential candidates.

According to the poll results, Biden is facing tough competition in his reelection efforts by the former President. The President needs to take measures to improve his approval ratings in the battleground states to gain a significant win against Trump in the 2024 Presidential race.


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