A new poll shows former President Donald Trump is running ahead of President Biden in two battleground states, including one where he is currently indicted for trying to overturn the 2020 election results. include.
The results of a survey conducted by SSRS for CNN are revealed. registered voters in michigan Mr. Trump has a double-digit lead over Mr. Biden, 50% to 40%. registered voters in georgia The former president is favored over his successor by 5 percentage points (49% to 44%).
Polls for the 2024 election show the 77-year-old Trump winning support from voters who did not participate in the 2020 election, with a 26-point lead in Georgia and a 40-point lead in Michigan. It was also revealed.
Registered voters who voted for Biden, 81, in 2020 also support Trump in both states.
Trump lost Michigan and Georgia in 2020 and was indicted in August along with 18 co-defendants on charges of trying to overturn Biden's victory in the Peach State.
According to a CNN poll, more than 60% of voters said Biden legitimately won both states last time, with just over a third saying the opposite.
The poll also found that 52% of Georgia's registered voters support Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis' prosecution of Trump, while 53% said the prosecution would be disqualified even if true. It has become clear that he believes that this has nothing to do with Trump's suitability for the White House.
In Michigan, exactly the same percentage said they thought Trump's criminal case was not disqualifying or irrelevant, but 46% said it would certainly prevent Trump from serving a second term if the charges were true. Ta.
The 45th president also faces federal charges for allegedly making “intentionally false” claims about voter fraud in the last presidential election and for illegally retaining classified national security information after leaving office. There is.
Poll results show that Biden, 81, lags behind Trump in voters' ratings of the candidate's policy positions, ability to understand the issues facing Americans, and acuity and stamina. There is.
Majorities of registered voters in Michigan (54%) and Georgia (52%) say President Trump's policy positions are exactly like their own, or close enough.
By contrast, 57% of Michigan voters and 54% of Georgia respondents said Biden's policy stances are not what they want in a president.
Additionally, about half of voters in both states said the former president had the ability to understand the problems of people like them, with Biden leading Trump in Michigan by 8 points in this area. (48% vs. 40%) and 6 percentage points lower in Georgia (50% to 44%).
Majorities of voters in Michigan (55%) and Georgia (53%) also said Trump had the acumen and stamina to become president again, while about a third said the same about Biden. answered.
A whopping 69% of registered voters in Michigan and 66% in Georgia said the Democratic incumbent lacks the acumen or stamina to serve as the next president.
But a majority of voters in battleground states also say Trump lacks the temperament they want in a president.
Biden's performance is uncertain in both battleground states, with 64% of registered voters disapproving of his performance in Michigan and 61% saying the same in Georgia.