Trump locks up THREE more swing states: poll

by Summer Lane

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2024 is shaping up to be the political battle of a lifetime as the election year looms just a short few weeks away, and President Donald Trump is unquestionably the man in the arena yet again.

A new poll from JL Partners/Daily Mail has shown that Trump is up in three key states ahead of the 2024 general election, beating out Joe Biden in Arizona (+5 points), Georgia (+3), and Wisconsin (+5).

This new data reiterates other swing state polling that has shown Trump is holding dominating leads around the nation.

An October poll from Redfield & Wilton, for example, showed the 45th president up in Arizona, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and Michigan, and tied in Pennsylvania. The R&W poll included Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., in their data, illustrating Trump’s power among the American electorate even in a three-way split.

With just less than a year to go until the general election, the president’s momentum in political polling is impressive. New information from I&I/TIPP in early December foreshadowed the president’s complete domination over the Republican presidential field.

In their poll, conducted among registered Republicans and Independents who lean Republican, Trump held 61 percent of their support.

In their survey, Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., sank to third place, losing four points from November, swapping the runner-up position with U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.

Nevertheless, even Haley’s second-place position garnered her only ten percent of support, putting her a whopping 51 points behind President Trump nationwide. Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy remained static at seven percent of support.

Yet another poll from HarrisX showed Trump with a monstrous 59-point lead over Gov. DeSantis nationwide in the 2024 GOP primary, smoking the field with 68 percent of the prospective Republican vote. No other candidate broke single-digit support in their poll.

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