President Trump is decisively leading Joe Biden in the most recent polls, marking a challenging week for the Biden administration, which some critics have labeled as “anti-American.”
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In a message to his followers, Trump highlighted that four polls over the past week have shown him ahead of Joe Biden in a national match-up. The Reuters/Ipsos poll revealed that Trump has an edge in seven states from the 2020 election: Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada, and Michigan. In these states, Trump secured 41% support, while Biden had 35%, with 24% undecided.
Based on these figures, the electoral map suggests a potential win for Trump in the 2024 elections with 312 electoral votes. While commenting on Fox and Friends, Pete Hegseth mentioned that such statistics have the media discussing Biden’s position as the Democratic nominee.
The week has been eventful for Biden. He held a press conference in Vietnam and made claims about his presence at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks. Hunter Biden, the President’s son, was indicted on three felony gun charges. Critics have raised questions about other allegations against the Biden family.
The Republican side has initiated efforts, with the House Republicans starting an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden. They are looking into allegations that the Biden family might have had business interests that conflicted with U.S. policy.
Recent polls indicate that 61% of Americans question Biden’s statements about his ties with Hunter’s overseas business ventures and 59% express concerns about Biden’s potential actions.
Economic indicators have been a topic of discussion. As inflation rates rise, some voters feel that the financial strategy under Biden has impacted the economy. The United Auto Workers union recently went on strike against the top three American automakers. Trump commented on Biden’s electric vehicle mandates, suggesting they might favor foreign interests and impact auto worker jobs.
David Ignatius, a Washington Post columnist, has suggested Biden think about his reelection bid.
On the other hand, Trump’s support among conservatives appears to be strong. He won the Family Research Council’s straw poll with 64% support. At the FRC’s Pray Vote Stand summit, Trump spoke about his commitment to certain values. This sentiment was shared by figures like Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council, and Penny Nance, CEO and President of the Concerned Women of America.