Trump beats Biden in long list of swing states: Poll

 January 10, 2024

It's going to take more than a long list of legal issues to stop former President Donald Trump from winning it all.

According to Breitbart, Trump is once again showing his dominance, not only in the GOP primary field but in his support from voters in crucial swing states against President Joe Biden.

The former president is gaining serious ground and beating Biden in states like "Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania," Breitbart reported.

Making matters even more interesting was a Redfield & Wilton Strategies survey published Monday that revealed more voters believe Trump will beat Biden.

The poll asked 6,029 swing state voters, "If the candidates for the Presidential Election on November 5, 2024, are as follows, for whom will you vote?"

Among the choices offered survey respondents, Trump, Biden and independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. were listed. An option for "other" was added to include candidates from other parties.

Trump tore out of the gate with a commanding lead in the aforementioned states. It started with a six-point lead over Biden in Arizona, in a 41% to 35% matchup.

Breitbart noted:

Trump has an 11-point lead in Florida, leading Biden 45 percent to 34 percent. Kennedy garners nine percent support in the Sunshine State.

In Georgia, Trump leads Biden by eight points, garnering 42 percent to the 81-year-old’s 34 percent support. Kennedy sees eight percent support in the Peach State.

Trump's results in Michigan were not as big, but still beat Biden in what has become a critically important state for any candidate to win. He beat Biden by two points, 39% to Biden's 37%.

The former president scored even higher when survey respondents were asked who they believe will win the election. Swing state voters overwhelmingly chose Trump.

Adding to Biden's evolving 2024 nightmare is the fact that poll after poll reveals when third-party candidates are thrown in the mix, Biden takes the biggest hit, leaving Trump in prime position.

Redfield & Wilton Strategies wrote:

More Biden 2020 than Trump 2020 voters say they would vote for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. if he was a candidate in all six states polled. In fact, three times as many Biden 2020 as Trump 2020 voters would vote for RFK Jr. in Florida (13% vs 4%) while in Georgia, more than six times as many (13% vs 2%) say they would do so.

These poor numbers for Biden presumably have the Democratic National Committee scrambling to figure out what in the world it'll do this year. Replace him? Or ride it out? Only time will tell.