As of Monday night, RealClearPolitics (RCP) shows that President Trump is leading with a spread of +2.6 against Joe Biden. It’s a great sign for the President that he is ahead in all but two polls out of seventeen conducted in November. Biden, on the other hand, only has a lead of +4 in one poll and +2 in another. The polls are showing a clear trend of support shifting away from Biden and possibly toward Trump. This is bad news for Biden, who is facing a particularly tough month just one year before the general election.
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The media can no longer ignore the fact that Biden is losing ground. Even POLITICO had to admit that “the polls keep getting worse for Biden.” They even included graphics showing how Biden’s support has been steadily declining. It’s not just that voters are turning away from Biden, but they could also be favoring Trump. It’s a double whammy for the former Vice President. Not only are people abandoning him, but Trump is also gaining momentum. In fact, Trump’s support in national polls is higher now than it has been in the past year. It’s clear that Trump is winning the race.
One interesting demographic to note is young voters. It seems that Biden is losing support among this group, which is usually a reliable base for Democrats. In fact, a recent NBC News poll showed that Trump is actually leading Biden among voters under the age of 35. This is a surprising result, but it’s not the only poll that shows a close race among young voters. Biden only has single-digit leads in other polls, while Trump is leading among all voters. This could be a sign that young voters are starting to see through Biden’s empty promises and are turning to the more capable and experienced leader, Donald Trump.
Of course, there are those who try to downplay Trump’s gains among young voters. They suggest that there may be some kind of polling bias or that young Democrats simply aren’t participating in polls. But the truth is that Biden has never polled well with young voters, and phone polls, which are often used, are not the best way to reach them. It’s clear that Biden’s weak support among young voters is a real problem, and one that needs to be taken seriously.
The New York Times even published an article questioning Biden’s weakness among young voters. They highlighted a poll that showed Trump leading in battleground states and emphasized that the polls could be wrong. However, the data suggests that young Democrats simply don’t like Biden. He only has a 76-20 lead among young registered Democrats, and even nonwhite young Democrats are less supportive of him. It’s clear that Biden’s weakness among young voters is not a fluke but a real issue for his campaign.
The polls are not looking good for Biden, and the fact that he is losing support among young voters is a clear signal that his campaign is in trouble. Trump has gained momentum and is now leading in the polls, with Biden struggling to maintain his base of support. If young voters continue to abandon Biden, it could make a significant difference in the election. Biden needs to find a way to appeal to these voters or risk losing the presidency to Donald Trump once again.