Donald Trump continues to perform well in the polls, surpassing President Joe Biden in seven key states this week.
As the 2024 presidential election approaches, Trump, the current front-runner in the Republican primary, is polling ahead of Biden in a hypothetical matchup despite being indicted four times. The former president faces 91 felony charges in the cases, ranging from falsifying business records to mishandling classified documents to conspiring to defraud the United States. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Trump faces challenges in ousting Biden, but the president has been dogged by concerns about his age and health. Biden’s approval ratings have plummeted throughout his presidency, including after the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in August 2021, and as inflation continued to add to economic pressures nationwide. He is currently facing an impeachment inquiry from House Speaker Kevin McCarthy over his alleged involvement in his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings.
Trump defeated Biden in seven battleground states, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted online from September 8 to 14. The poll, which collected responses from 4,413 U.S. adults, showed Trump leading Biden with 41% support in Georgia and 35% in Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada and Michigan.
Biden won six of the seven states in the 2020 election, including Arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Nevada, Michigan and Georgia, where Trump was recently indicted. Trump won North Carolina in 2020.
Trump was indicted in Georgia in August on 13 counts for allegedly interfering with the election by asking Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to “find” the votes he needed to win the state in 2020. Trump has denied any wrongdoing.
Trump’s legal woes in Georgia don’t appear to be stopping voters from leaning Republican in the 2024 election.
Rasmussen Reports/Phone and Online SurveysThe Absolute Truth of Emerald Robinson The survey found that a majority of Georgia voters believe Trump was unfairly prosecuted in the Georgia case. The survey surveyed 1,061 likely Georgia voters between Sept. 8-11. Results show that if the 2024 presidential election were held today, Trump would win Georgia with 47% of the vote to Biden’s 38%.
“Voters know that Biden has weaponized the justice system to go after his primary political rival, President Trump, as polls show him defeating Biden in the general election,” the Trump campaign said. Weekly newspaper.
“The fact is, President Trump will be the nominee and will defeat crooked Joe Biden because he is the only one who can grow the economy, secure our borders, protect communities and end unnecessary wars in America. People want to get back to prosperity and there’s only one person in this country who can do that – President Trump.”
Biden successfully carried several battleground states in the 2020 election, but he faces a tough spot in 2024 — especially among independent voters, many of whom have expressed support for Green Party candidate Cornel Way. ster. West could manage to get enough votes to flip the election between Trump and Biden, giving Trump the lead he needs to return to the White House.
It’s unclear how Trump’s legal woes will impact the 2024 election, as he faces several overlapping trials that could disrupt his campaign regardless of whether he is found guilty. However, in addition to defeating Biden in the polls, Trump remains the front-runner for the Republican nomination.
Trump recently shared the results of an interactive poll on his Truth Social account, in which he received 60% of the vote in the Republican race, leading Florida Governor Ron DeSantis by 47 points (13 %). The poll also showed that in a hypothetical Trump-Biden matchup, Trump received 48% of the vote in Georgia to Biden’s 46%.