Trump Leads by 2.5 Points Over Biden, Trafalgar Poll Finds

As of Tuesday, former President Donald Trump had a 2.5-point lead over President Joe Biden in the aggregated average of surveys found on RealClearPolitics.

With 42.1% to 39.6%, Trump leads Biden in the aggregated average of RealClearPolitics surveys.

Independent Robert F. Kennedy Jr. came in second, with 10.4 percent of the vote. At 1.9%, Kennedy was followed by Green Party member Jill Stein and former Harvard professor Cornel West.

A Trafalgar Group survey found Trump with a three-point advantage over Biden, which was included in the RealClearPolitics average of polls.

According to biased pollsters, the early polls that showed Trump ahead are being thrown out as faulty or skewed. American elites still think he is an awful creature and cannot be in the lead. In this context, the comment supposedly made by Pauline Kael after Richard Nixon’s victory in the 1972 presidential election comes to mind: “I don’t know how he won; nobody I know voted for him.”

According to them, Biden is doing well. Their utter lack of empathy for the plight of middle-class Americans is on full display in their constant griping about how the public fails to grasp the fact that the economy is doing better than it seems. (Food prices are out of control.)

Wall Street Journal polling from Wednesday found that Republican Donald Trump had a commanding lead over President Joe Biden in six key states for the 2024 US presidential election. Voters expressed their dissatisfaction with Biden’s handling of the economy and other issues.

According to the Journal, Trump won with a 2 to 8 percentage points lead among North Carolinians, Pennsylvanians, Georgians, Arizonans, and third-party and independent votes.

Even while the U.S. economy is doing better than projected regarding job creation, robust spending, and GDP rises, Democratic political strategists and economists have been stumped by voter worries about the economy, and the Biden re-election campaign is no exception.

The Journal survey finds that by a margin of at least 16 percentage points and in four states by a margin of more than 20 points, unfavorable opinions about Biden’s job performance surpass positive ones.