Joe Biden lagging in Georgia as Trump's momentum grows ahead of 2024

November 12, 2023

President Joe Biden is steadily losing ground in the key swing state of Georgia, and a new Atlanta Journal-Constitution survey is the latest poll to confirm that Trump is taking the Peach State by storm, and the Biden campaign should be extremely worried.

The 2024 presidential election is under a year away, and Trump is reclaiming key swing states three years after his devastating defeat in the 2020 presidential election.

In 2020, Biden won Georgia by .2 percent, less than 12,000 votes. So Georgia was far from secure for President Biden, but many surveys are finding Trump has a lead ranging from 1% to 7%.

Furthermore, 6% of survey respondents are undecided, which means there is a large chunk of voters up for grabs, many of whom Trump has already claimed.

One factor explaining Biden's losses in Georgia comes down to the Black vote and the comparative exodus among African Americans from the Democrat Party.

While a majority of African Americans are still voting Democrat, a massive chunk aren't happy with Biden and have walked away. Now Trump has an opening and winning Georgia will go a long way towards Trump attaining a second term as president.

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