2024 Battleground Polls Favor Trump

Submitted by MAGA

Posted 11 days ago

In a recent article from Fox News, a new poll has indicated that former President Trump is in a strong position in five out of six key battleground states where he narrowly lost to President Biden in the previous election. The surveys conducted by the New York Times, Siena College, and the Philadelphia Inquirer suggest that dissatisfaction over the economy, the Israeli-Hamas conflict, and declining support for Biden among younger, Black, and Hispanic voters may weaken the president's Democratic coalition.

Current poll results show that Trump leads Biden among registered voters in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania, with Biden holding a narrow edge in Wisconsin. The race becomes even tighter among likely voters, with Trump leading in five states and Biden ahead in Michigan.

Interestingly, third-party and independent candidates like Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a Democrat turned independent who is a vaccine skeptic, are also gaining support across these battleground states. The polls highlight that the electorate is discontent and eager for change, with many voters expressing a desire for significant changes in the political and economic systems.

Despite positive economic indicators, including job growth and a booming stock market, voters remain concerned about inflation and view the economy as "poor." Biden retains support among older and White voters who prioritize democracy as the main issue for their vote, while Trump is making gains among younger voters, Hispanic voters, and even Black voters at historic levels.


These findings suggest that the 2024 election rematch between Biden and Trump is shaping up to be highly competitive, with voters divided on key issues such as the economy, abortion rights, and the need for systemic change. The polls indicate a widespread dissatisfaction with the status quo, setting the stage for a closely fought presidential race.

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Source: foxnews.com