Trump says the ‘Marxists & Communists’ don’t like that he’s way UP in the polls

by Summer Lane

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President Trump slammed the media for manipulating 2024 presidential election polling data, scorching their use of a “BAD” poll, and noting that his political enemies are irate over his surge in general election data.

“We’re winning BIG, they don’t like it, the RINOS don’t like it, the Democrats don’t like it but, most of all, the Marxists & Communists don’t like it!” he wrote on Truth Social on Monday.

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports revealed that Trump has strongly taken the lead over Joe Biden in a general election poll, where the 45th president netted 45 percent of support against Biden’s 39 percent.

Their survey was conducted between June 12-14, spanning the day before and after President Trump’s arraignment in Miami last week.

Trump also took aim at Fox News in their reporting of a Quinnipiac poll, accusing them of only showing “negatives on MAGA & Trump.”

He wrote, “The Quinnipiac Poll FoxNews keeps showing on ‘TRUMP’ vs. Biden is not just an old Poll, it is a BAD Poll. It under samples Republicans by 10 points, which means, instead of being down 4 points, I am up 6 points. Other Polls show me much higher than that, but FoxNews will always attempt, as they did in 2016, to only show negatives on MAGA & TRUMP.”

Interestingly, a new Harvard/Harris poll found that Trump was also holding 45 percent of voters’ support against Biden’s 39 percent.

Per their data, in a GOP presidential primary, Trump also mopped the floor with his Republican political opponents, taking 59 percent of Republican primary voters’ supporter support.

His GOP rival for the nomination, Governor Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., earned only 14 percent in that same poll. No other Republican candidate managed to break double-digits.

President Trump is also powerfully leading with Republican women. As reported by RSBN, in an Economist/YouGov poll, he earned 54 percent of the Republican and Republican-leaning Independent women’s vote compared to DeSantis’s 16 percent.

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