Trump beating Biden in key battleground state of Pennsylvania

October 7, 2023

Former President Donald Trump, even as he faces an unprecedented attack from multiple legal angles, is not only the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination, but he's given President Joe Biden's 2024 campaign night terrors.

According to JustTheNews, Trump is now leading Biden in Pennsylvania, a must-win battleground state for the former president, as indicated in a recent poll.

The latest Quinnipiac University survey showed Trump garnering 47% support in the key battleground state to President Biden's 45%.

Trump is also stomping Biden in support from independents, another major concern for the Biden campaign as it struggles to maintain support from sectors of voters that used to be a safe bet for Democratic candidates.

The outlet noted:

Among independents, Trump led his rival 48% to 39%. The pair's favorable/unfavorable ratings stand nearly even, with Biden scoring 39%/57% and Trump earning a marginally better 40%/56%.

Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy described the battle between the two in Pennsylvania as a bare-knuckled brawl."

"Biden vs. Trump: same as it ever was, setting up another likely bare-knuckled brawl between the two candidates in Biden's home state," Malloy said.

The poll revealed another ongoing nightmare for Biden's campaign, showing that he's underwater on his approval rating, with only 41% approving of his performance and 55% who disapprove.

Trump's numbers have shot up, overall, in the wake of four indictments, which many believed would have had the opposite effect.

Not only is he dominating his Republican opponents by double digits in virtually all polls, he continues to raise mountains of campaign cash.

Trump also bested Biden in several recent hypothetical 2024 matchup polls.

In an ABC News/Washington Post poll last month, Trump beat Biden by 10 points. It was so bad that the poll's own sponsor, The Washington Post, described it as an "outlier" in its reporting.

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