In a recent poll, former President Donald Trump has shown his continued popularity among voters in key swing states, leaving current President Joe Biden trailing in his wake. In Arizona, 39% of likely voters prefer Mr. Trump, while only 34% support Mr. Biden. Similarly, in Georgia, Mr. Trump leads with 39% compared to Mr. Biden’s 36%.
The results also show that Mr. Trump has made significant inroads with traditionally Democratic demographics. He has earned the support of 31% of Black voters, a demographic that has historically favored the Democratic party. In addition, he has the backing of 37% of Hispanic voters, while Mr. Biden only manages to secure 34% of their support.
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These findings suggest that Mr. Trump’s appeal is reaching across party lines and resonating with a diverse range of voters. Despite Mr. Biden’s support among women, graduates, and Black voters, Mr. Trump is steadily closing the gap, particularly with Hispanic voters.
It is noteworthy that all three states supported Mr. Trump in 2016 before shifting to Mr. Biden in 2020. The fact that these swing states are now leaning back towards Mr. Trump speaks volumes about his enduring popularity and the dissatisfaction with the current administration.
It’s clear that the momentum is on Mr. Trump’s side, and as the 2024 election approaches, these poll results could serve as a bellwether for the political landscape. With the support of key demographics and leading in pivotal swing states, Mr. Trump’s political future is looking brighter than ever.