Polls are revealing just how bad Joe Biden’s reelection chances are.
He’s losing key demographics that could crush him.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump just received unbelievably good news on these five swing states.
A new poll from the New York Times released over the weekend shows President Biden currently losing five out of six key battleground states in a Trump vs. Biden matchup.
The New York Times/Siena College poll asked respondents in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin who they’d support if the presidential election was held today.
The results showed Trump leading by 11% in Nevada, 6% in Georgia, 5% in Arizona, 5% in Michigan, and 4% in Pennsylvania.
Biden leads by just 2% in Wisconsin.
Comparatively in 2020, Biden officially won all six battleground states.
The so-called mainstream media commentators struggled to explain the findings.
“On question after question, the public’s view of the president has plummeted over the course of his time in office,” wrote the Times’ Nate Cohn in his analysis of the polling data.
“The deterioration in Mr. Biden’s standing is broad, spanning virtually every demographic group, yet it yields an especially deep blow to his electoral support among young, Black and Hispanic voters, with Mr. Trump obtaining previously unimaginable levels of support with them,” Cohn said.
“Biden is trailing Donald J. Trump in five of the six most important battleground states one year before the 2024 election,” reported DNYUZ.com, and is “suffering from enormous doubts about his age and deep dissatisfaction over his handling of the economy and a host of other issues[.]”
While Biden continues to push “Bidenomics” and claims the economy is going well, clearly voters aren’t buying the message.
Amid staggering inflation and rising costs of basic necessities like food and gas, Americans remember how much better the economy was under Trump.
“The five-alarm fire in the polling is the 25-point-deficit on the economy,” Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) claimed in an interview according to NBC News. “It is malpractice for us not to be leading on the economy given the president’s record and the choice where the Republicans are literally campaigning on tax breaks for the wealthy and cuts to education.”
In a desperate attempt to downplay the poll results, Biden campaign spokesman Kevin Munoz told CNN:
“Predictions more than a year out tend to look a little different a year later.”
“Coming off those historic (2022) midterms, President Biden’s campaign is hard at work reaching and mobilizing our diverse, winning coalition of voters one year out on the choice between our winning, popular agenda and MAGA Republicans’ unpopular extremism. We’ll win in 2024 by putting our heads down and doing the work, not by fretting about a poll,” Munoz said.
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