A poll commissioned by the Democratic Party found that Donald Trump has a narrow advantage over President Biden among voters who dislike both major party candidates in key battleground states.
A poll conducted by the Democratic firm GQR on behalf of the pro-Biden super PAC Unite the Country found that so-called “double haters” in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are more likely to recognize the former president as the current president. They lead by 51% to 48%. NBC reported news.
Among likely voters in these three states, the pair are tied at 50% each.
“Double haters” made up about 16% of a total sample of 3,000 likely voters (1,000 in each state) with college degrees who considered themselves Republicans. more likely to be male.
Of those, 59% said they had a “very unfavorable” view of President Trump, 77, and 49% said they had the same opinion of Biden, 80. did.
“By identifying and understanding the details of these voters, we can strategically engage with them using a combination of television and digital channels, just as we did with voters uncertain about Biden in 2020.” Unite the Country said in a memo.
“This will prove why a vote for Biden, and by extension against Trump, is an important vote for America.”
Trump upset Hillary Clinton in 2016, winning all three states and winning the White House. This is the first Republican victory since Ronald Reagan in 1984, and the first since George H.W. Bush in 1988 to win any of the three states.
Mr. Biden returned all three states to the Democratic column in 2020, but Mr. Trump won every state he won in the previous election and will return to office if he repeats his 2016 feat.
According to recent polling data from RealClearPolitics, Mr. Trump has an average lead over Mr. Biden in Pennsylvania. 1.6 percentage points And then Michigan has an average difference of 0.4 percentage points..
During last year’s midterm elections, Democrats retained Pennsylvania’s governorship and flipped the Senate seat previously held by retiring Pat Toomey. In Michigan, Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer won re-election, and Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson won re-election by a narrow margin over Democrat Mandela Burns.
Trump holds a narrow 0.7 percentage point lead over Biden nationally. RCP poll tally. Since 2004, no Republican has won the popular vote in a general election.
Poll shows “double haters” are hesitant to vote for Trump because of his attempts to remain in power after the 2020 election and the four criminal charges against him. It turns out that the lawsuit may have been the cause.