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The Polls For Joe Biden Might Even Be Worse Than You Think

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Recent polling indicates that President Joe Biden is trailing behind former President Trump in national and battleground state polls, as well as on key issues such as handling top concerns, trust, and fitness for another term.

Biden’s policies are perceived as less beneficial to voters compared to Trump’s, with concerns about inflation and economic policies.

Additionally, Biden lags behind Trump in terms of trust to handle the economy, crime, and immigration, as well as overall fitness for the job. (Trending: Ousted Democrat Who Filmed Explicit Tape Blames Homophobia)

The polls also reveal concerns about Biden’s age and health, with Trump leading in these areas as well.

These factors contribute to a challenging political landscape for Biden as the 2024 election approaches.

Jon McHenry, a GOP polling analyst and vice president at North Star Opinion Research said, “All of these polls point to voters having already decided against Biden on the current merits.”

“They just don’t think he’s up to the job, whether we’re asking about traits like stamina and sharpness or about policies like the economy and immigration,” he continued.

Elections expert and political science professor at the University of Georgia warned, “He should be worried, and Democrats more generally should be worried.”

“The kinds of issues that Biden is trailing Trump on seem to be the issues that are foremost on most peoples’ minds,” highlighted the expert.

According to a Wall Street Journal survey, only 23% of voters believed Joe Biden’s policies have helped them, a stark difference to the nearly 50% who said the same of Donald Trump’s administration.

Ron Faucheux, president of nonpartisan polling firm President of Clarus Research Group, predicted that the polls are “the worst omen for Biden,” and told the DCNF “this contrast is deadly” ahead of 2024.

“When Democrats decided to package their economic policies under the single label, ‘Bidenomics,’ it backfired, and gave a name to something voters neither liked nor trusted,” Faucheux said.

According to the Morning Consult/Bloomberg survey, 51% of voters in swing states (Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada and North Carolina) believed the economy was better off under Trump, compared to 34% that believed Biden has helped the economy.

Donald Trump also reportedly scored double-digits higher than Biden on who can be trusted to handle the economy, crime and immigration.

According to the CNN/SSRS polls in Michigan and Georgia, Trump scored ahead of Biden for their handling term’s “policy decisions on major issues.”

John McLaughlin, CEO and partner of McLaughlin & Associates, which works closely with the Trump campaign said, “The voters see the same decline for our country where we look weak.”

“Where the economy’s bad, where our enemies are taking advantage of this weakness, and you’ve got a world where you’ve got really bad wars in Ukraine and now in the Middle East, and Biden can’t stop it,” he explained.

Adding, “The sooner the election happens, the better off the voters will be, and the better off the country will be.”

Another Wall Street Journal survey also reported that 45% believed Trump was “mentally up for the job”, which was higher than Biden’s 29% score.

“As we move closer to the start of 2024, this may be the last opportunity for Biden to question his own political assumptions —and to decide not to run,” said Faucheux.

“That would be the lighting strike that changes everything,” he continued.

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