President Trump LEADS Biden in these key battleground states

2XDFF92 Washington, United States. 22nd June, 2024. Republican presidential candidate and former US President Donald Trump attends at the 2024 Road to Majority Conference in Washington on June 22, 2024. Photo by Yuri Gripas/ABACAPRESS.COM Credit: Abaca Press/Alamy Live News

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A new battleground state poll from Emerson College/The Hill shows President Trump leading Biden with just over four months left until election day.

The poll, which surveyed 1,000 registered voters in seven battleground states, was conducted between June 13-18.

In Wisconsin, 47 percent of respondents said they would vote for President Trump, while 44 percent chose Biden. Nine percent of respondents were undecided. Biden has lost ground in the state among the most radical wing of the Democratic Party due to his handling of the conflict in Gaza. Republicans hope to flip incumbent Senator Tammy Baldwin’s seat with the election of Trump-endorsed candidate Eric Hovde. The poll showed him trialing Baldwin by just 2 percentage points.

Trump polled two percentage points ahead of Biden in Pennsylvania at 47 percent to Biden’s 45 percent, with seven percent undecided. While Trump-endorsed Republican Senate candidate David McCormick is trailing incumbent Democratic Senator Bob Casey by six percentage points, he could ride President Trump’s coattails on election day and flip the seat to Republican control.

The tightest margin was in Michigan and Minnesota, where Trump polled one percent and tied with Biden, respectively. Republicans are hoping to flip retiring Senator Debbie Stabenow with Trump-endorsed candidate Mike Rogers. With no incumbent advantage, the race will be a close one to watch. Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar is up for reelection, but thus far, she holds a double-digit lead over her opponent.

In Arizona, Trump was up four percentage points, with 47 percent of respondents saying they would cast their ballot for the 45th president on November 5. Just 43 percent said they would vote for Biden, and 10 percent were undecided.

Trump also came in four percentage points ahead of Biden in Georgia, but a whopping 14 percent of voters said they were still undecided.

In Nevada, Trump received 46 percent support in the poll to Biden’s 43 percent, with 12 percent of respondents undecided. Incumbent Democratic Senator Jacky Rosen is up for reelection, and Republicans believe it is possible to flip the seat with Trump-endorsed candidate Sam Brown’s election. He is currently trialing Rosen by 12 percentage points.

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