BIG: Another battleground state swings toward Trump

2C8AB6B U.S. President Donald Trump arrives for the Keep America Great Rally in the North Charleston Coliseum February 28 2020 in North Charleston, South Carolina.

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Another integral battleground state in the 2024 presidential election is swinging heavily toward President Donald Trump, a new poll has revealed.

According to a survey from the Atlantic Journal-Constitution, Biden is eight points behind Trump in their poll looking at the prospective 2024 general election in November, illustrating what seems to be powerful momentum even at such an early point in the election season.

Such a wide margin poses a challenge for Biden, who seems to be losing ground with every passing day with American voters. In fact, a new poll from Redfield & Wilton Strategies that was released before AJC’s survey reiterated Trump’s strength in a hypothetical general election.

They found that Trump held a lead over Biden in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. All of these states are key when it comes to winning the general election, so the 45th president’s strong lead across the board is, perhaps, a foreshadow of his increasing momentum headed into November.

In their poll, Trump also led Biden by eight points in the great state of Georgia. He held an 11-point lead in Florida and, importantly, he was projected to have a nine-point lead in Pennsylvania, which would represent yet another show of populist support for President Trump.

Interestingly, Redfield & Wilton Strategies’ survey stated that Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s presence in the 2024 election “may do more to help Donald Trump than Biden.”

It appears that some Biden voters will jump ship and swing toward Kennedy in the 2024 election, which bolsters Trump’s lead over Biden, helping his campaign rather than hindering it.

For the swing state voters surveyed in their poll, the economy ranks as the most important issue across the six states surveyed. In five out of six swing states, abortion was the second most important issue, and in Arizona, immigration was the priority issue for voters.

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