President Donald Trump is leading in the polls in five important battleground states ahead of a hypothetical 2024 presidential election. According to new polling from Emerson, shared by Interactive Polls on Twitter, Trump is leading in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
The margins of Trump’s battleground state advantages over Biden, if he chooses to run, are impressive:
- Trump +3 in Arizona,
- Trump + 5 in Georgia,
- Trump +3 in Nevada,
- Trump + 14 in Ohio,
- And Trump + 5 in Pennsylvania.
The poll was conducted between Aug. 15 and Sept. 10.
While President Trump has not officially announced whether he will run for the presidency in 2024, he has dropped many hints to his supporters that he is positioning for another White House bid.
“We’re leading…by record numbers in the polls, so I may just have to do it again,” Trump told a crowd of rallygoers in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, in early September.
In fact, a poll conducted in August by Morning Consult and Politico revealed that a record-high number of GOP voters want Trump to run for president in 2024, following the FBI’s unprecedented raid on his private residence in Palm Beach, Florida.
According to that poll, 71 percent of GOP respondents indicated they would like to see Trump run for the White House in 2024.
As previously reported by RSBN, Trump told Fox News at CPAC in August that the timeframe for announcing his decision about 2024 was “certainly not a very long period.” He added, “The time is coming. I think people are going to be very happy, our country has never been in a position like this, we’ve lost everything.”
If Trump does choose to run again, his polling numbers headed into a faceoff against Joe Biden clearly favor the 45th president.