New polling data from the New York Times and Siena College highlights President Trump dominating key battleground states over Biden.
The data shows President Trump overtaking Biden in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania.
The only area that President Trump still has room for improvement is Wisconsin.
However, support for Biden continues to diminish as the Democrat party has splintered into those supporting Israel and those supporting Palestine/Hamas.
Check out the data here:
President Biden is trailing Donald Trump in five of the six most important battleground states one year before the 2024 election, new polls by The New York Times and Siena College have found. https://t.co/vkZgb4pC8G
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 5, 2023
This is great news for President Trump.
I want to remind everyone to take polling with a large grain of salt.
While they do provide valuable data.
Polling this early will likely change as both candidates begin campaigning nationwide.
CNN shares more on the story:
In Nevada, a state Biden narrowly carried in the 2020 presidential election, Trump boasts 52% support to Biden’s 41%. Trump also tops Biden in Georgia, a state that was central to his ploy to overturn the last presidential election, with 49% to Biden’s 43%.
Trump leads Biden in Arizona, too, with 49% to the president’s 44%. In Michigan, Trump holds a 5-point lead as well: 48% to Biden’s 43%.
Each poll has a margin of sampling error between 4.4 and 4.8 points, and the head-to-head matchup remains theoretical — primary voting does not begin until next year. Trump overwhelmingly remains the Republican front-runner, while Biden, who drew a primary challenge from Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips last month, is heavily favored for the Democratic nomination.
The latest battleground state polling underscores the considerable challenges facing Biden’s reelection bid, including low job approval ratings and questions about his age and ability to steer the country. The poll results are especially striking for Biden given Trump’s mounting legal troubles. The former president faces 91 criminal charges across four indictments. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Democrats shot themselves in the foot by having Biden be their bid in 2020.
Biden was probably the only candidate that could realistically go against President Trump as Biden was reasonably moderate and previously a vice president.
Now that Biden has aged considerably and his mental capacity continues to wane, it’s not looking good for him at all.
Even in the unlikely event that Biden wins the 2024 election, there is no guarantee he will make it through those four years.
Then we might be stuck with Kamala as President.
And NO ONE wants that.
Here is more poll data to brighten your mood!
🇺🇲 2024 GE: CBS News Poll
(R) Trump 51% (+3)
(D) Biden 48%
(R) Trump 54% (+10)
(D) Biden 44%
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 5, 2023
🇺🇲 SWING STATES POLLING AVERAGE
• North Carolina: R+5.1
• Georgia: R+4.1
• Arizona: R+3.7
• Nevada: R+2.7
• Pennsylvania: R+0.7
• Michigan: R+0.7
• Wisconsin: D+1.5
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) November 5, 2023
Read this great post by Kyle Becker:
Trump Soars in Popularity After Political Prosecutions, Destroys Biden in Key Battleground States
A New York Times/Siena poll has delivered remarkable developments for former President Donald Trump, whose popularity has skyrocketed in the wake of political prosecutions that… pic.twitter.com/Fb930F8WXE
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 5, 2023
The intelligent choice for Democrats would have been to get Biden to announce retirement and have a strong opponent go against President Trump.
My guess as to why they didn’t do that is two things.
1.) The incumbency advantage that Biden currently has. It has been proven that incumbents (those who now hold office) tend to have a more significant advantage than someone new coming in.
2.) There is no candidate they can rely on to beat President Trump.
It’s weird to think that Biden is their best bet, but this is the Democratic party we are discussing.
Their last good candidate was John F. Kennedy.
CBS News shares more great polling information:
Americans have long described financial setbacks because of inflation and interest rates. Those who feel they’re worse off financially are backing Trump. And this isn’t just punitive toward Mr. Biden — those voters overwhelmingly think they will be financially better off if Trump wins.
And voters continue to believe the wealthy are favored over the middle and working class in America today, and Mr. Biden has not persuaded them this would change during a second term, nor does he have any meaningful advantage over Trump in being seen as helping the middle and working class.
Some more polling included in the article shows that people are more confident that President Trump would keep us out of a war and increase peace and stability.
The American people only need to look at Biden’s time in office to understand that another 4-years of the Biden administration would be disastrous for the nation.
Now, we know that Democrats essentially don’t care about seeing our country prosper, only about pushing more radical left-leaning social policies.
There will come a breaking point, and we’re reaching it.
People are waking up, looking around, and noticing the state of decay that our nation has fallen into.
The woke ideology that the left has peddled since Obama has plunged us into a cultural dark age.
It’s not too late.
Strong leaders like President Trump are who we need to wake this nation back up.