In a recent Morning-Consult/Bloomberg poll, voters have spoken and it’s not looking good for President Joe Biden. The poll reveals that former President Donald Trump is dominating over Biden on ten crucial issues as the 2024 election cycle looms. Looks like the majority of voters are not too keen on what Biden is selling.
Poll: Voters Trust Donald Trump over Joe Biden on 10 Key Issues
☑️ U.S.-China Relations
☑️ Labor and Unions
☑️ Russia-Ukraine War
☑️ Israel-Hamas Warhttps://t.co/L0wtVv2VAX
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First off, let’s talk about the economy, folks. Trump is leading by a whopping 50 percent, while Biden is lagging behind at just 34 percent. That’s a pretty big gap, if you ask me. And it’s not just the economy; Trump is also coming out on top in areas like immigration, crime, and even on the housing front. Seems like voters are giving Trump the thumbs up on a lot of the hot-button topics.
When it comes to the big picture, Trump is also trumping Biden in a hypothetical match-up. If they were to go head-to-head in a vote, Trump would come out on top at 40 percent, while Biden would struggle at 36 percent. It’s not looking good for Sleepy Joe, folks. Even with other potential candidates in the mix, Trump is still holding a solid lead. Whether it’s against Biden, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., or Cornel West, Trump is the people’s pick.
And let’s not forget about the recent CNN poll that spells bad news for Biden. A majority of voters have made it clear that they wouldn’t touch Biden with a ten-foot pole in 2024. That’s right, 51 percent said there’s “no chance” they would vote for Biden. Ouch! Looks like Biden has some serious work to do if he wants to win over the hearts and minds of the American people.
It’s pretty clear that voters are just not feeling the Biden vibe. The numbers don’t lie, and they’re pointing towards a Trump resurgence. Looks like the people are still rooting for the man who puts America first. Let’s see if Sleepy Joe can turn the tide before it’s too late.