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Trump Surges Ahead of Biden in State He Lost in 2020, Secures Crucial Voter Backing

via ABC News
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Former President Donald Trump leads President Biden by 8 points in Georgia, a state Biden won by a narrow margin in 2020.

Trump has strong support from various demographics, while Biden is losing ground with younger voters.

Despite some believing Biden’s victory was suspect, most acknowledge his legitimate win.

In a potential five-way race, Trump leads, but both lose support to third-party candidates.

Georgia voters prioritize the economy, immigration, and election integrity.

Trump is favored over Biden on most issues, except climate change.

Republican pollster Daron Shaw said, “Given that the Democrats won major U.S. Senate races in 2020 and 2022, Trump’s strength in this poll is somewhat surprising.”

“We can blather on (correctly) about how ‘anything can happen,’ but the reality is Biden may want to shift his focus and precious resources away from Georgia and onto other potential battleground states, such as North Carolina,” he continued.

Concerns about Biden’s mental acuity persist, and his job ratings in Georgia are negative.

Voters in Georgia are divided on the need for change, with Trump winning among those seeking significant change.

Chris Anderson said, “The coalition that gave Biden a slim victory in 2020 is in need of reassembly and that may be harder to do this time.”

“On the crucial issues of the border and the economy, Georgia voters think Trump is significantly better — Biden will need to make inroads on these issues to win Georgia again,” he continued.

Conducted by Beacon Research and Shaw & Company Research, the Fox News Poll surveyed 1,119 Georgia registered voters, indicating a margin of error of ±3 percentage points.

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