Trump Keeps Lead in Key Swing States, Tied in Nevada and Michigan 

Former President Donald Trump is statistically tied with President Joe Biden in Nevada and Michigan, but maintains large leads in several key battleground states, according to a Morning Consult/Bloomberg poll. .

Trump continues to maintain an advantage over Biden. previous President Trump has not been campaigning much due to his criminal trial, but please refer to public opinion polls.

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Seven states are likely to decide the presidential seat: Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina. If Mr. Trump wins one or more of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, Mr. Biden’s chances of winning 270 electoral votes will narrow.

Wednesday’s polls showed Trump leading Biden in Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Biden tied Trump in Nevada and led Trump within the margin of error in Michigan.

Although the poll included third-party candidates such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the race between Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden was nearly even. The only exception was Nevada, where Trump extended his lead over the president.

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. speaks to supporters at a campaign event in West Des Moines, Iowa, April 13, 2024. (AP Photo/Charlie Neighborgal)

Bloomberg analyzed President Kennedy’s influence on the election campaign as follows:

When third-party candidates are included, the margin between Trump and Biden is similar in most states except Nevada, where Trump has a slightly larger lead. As in the head-to-head race, the former president leads Biden in Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, and more closely in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, but not in Michigan.

Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a leading third-party candidate, has seen his standing decline across the battleground state map since we began tracking him in October. I can see it.

In battleground states overall, Mr. Kennedy’s approval rating is 7%, down from 10% in the fall. (Jill Stein and Cornel West, both polled, had a 1% approval rating.) Kennedy’s approval rating fell the most in Wisconsin, where it fell from 13% to 6%. That appears to have given Biden a boost in key “blue wall” states, where he currently has the strongest support among Democrats in multi-candidate voting tests.

poll investigated From May 7 to 13, there were 4,962 registered U.S. voters in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, with a margin of error of 1 percentage point.

President Joe Biden attends the NAACP Detroit Chapter Annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner in Detroit, Michigan, May 19, 2024 (Andrew Caballero Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images)

The poll is the latest battleground state survey showing Trump winning over Biden in most battleground states.

  1. Pennsylvania: Trump +3
  2. Nevada: Trump +4
  3. Michigan: Trump +3
  4. North Carolina: Trump +6
  5. Arizona: Trump +5
  6. Wisconsin: Biden =
  7. Georgia: Trump +1

April 16th: Echelon Insights

  • Arizona: Trump +6
  • Georgia: Trump +10
  • Michigan: Trump +6
  • Nevada: Trump +7
  • Pennsylvania: Trump +4
  • Wisconsin: Biden +1

April 30: Emerson/hill

  1. Wisconsin: Trump +5
  2. Pennsylvania: Trump +4
  3. North Carolina: Trump +9
  4. Nevada: Trump +5
  5. Michigan: Trump +1
  6. Georgia: Trump 45 +6
  7. Arizona: Trump +4

May 13: new york times/Siena/philadelphia inquirer

  • Arizona: Trump +7
  • Georgia: Trump +10
  • Michigan: Trump +7
  • Nevada: Trump +12
  • Pennsylvania: Trump +3
  • Wisconsin: Biden+2

Wendell Husebo is a political reporter for Breitbart News and a former Republican war room analyst. he is the author of politics of slave morality. Follow Wendell “Bat” @WendellHusebø or society of truth @WendellHusebo.