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Shock NY Times Poll Delivers Reality Check to Biden

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Trump Leads Biden in Recent Poll Findings.

New York Times Poll

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A recent New York Times/Siena College poll spells trouble for President Biden’s reelection prospects, finding that most respondents believe the country is headed in the wrong direction under his leadership. Released in March 2024 with a margin of error at 3.5%, the NYTimes found Trump’s support at 48% while Biden trails at 43%.

Biden’s policies hurt

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By wide margins, respondents said Biden’s policies hurt rather than helped them personally and believed Trump would defeat Biden in a 2024 matchup. With net approval ratings underwater, the poll suggests Biden faces an uphill battle to win a second term.

Young voters

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Biden trailed Trump among key demographics like white and Latino voters. Even young voters and his own 2020 supporters were divided on whether he should be the 2024 nominee.

The next election cycle

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While Biden’s communications director dismissed the poll’s accuracy, its findings as the top-rated poll signal major challenges for Biden and Democrats heading into the next election cycle.

Underestimating President Biden

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“Polling continues to be at odds with how Americans vote, and consistently overestimates Donald Trump while underestimating President Biden,” Biden Campaign Communications Director Michael Tyler said.

Voter behavior

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“Whether it’s in special elections or in the presidential primaries, actual voter behavior tells us a lot more than any poll does and it tells a very clear story: Joe Biden and Democrats continue to outperform while Donald Trump and the party he leads are weak, cash-strapped, and deeply divided. Our campaign is ignoring the noise and running a strong campaign to win – just like we did in 2020.”

Sounding the alarm on Biden

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The NYTimes isn’t the only publication sounding the alarm on Biden. According to a recent CBS News/YouGov survey, former President Donald Trump has taken a national lead over President Joe Biden by four points.

The CBS poll

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The CBS poll, conducted with a sample of 2,159 U.S. adult residents, revealed various factors contributing to Trump’s lead, including voters’ more favorable recollection of the economy under Trump compared to their current perception of the economy under President Biden.

A vision for the country

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Additionally, Trump is perceived to have a vision for the country and is seen as more likely to fight for people like the voters.

Physical and cognitive health

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The survey also highlighted that Trump has been perceived to have better physical and cognitive health to serve, and he is viewed as the candidate offering hope for the future, while Biden’s voters are driven more by fear of what might happen1.

The current political landscape

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The poll further revealed that the motivations of voters and the party bases play a significant role in shaping the current political landscape.

While Biden is trailing

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While Biden is trailing, in part because Democrats are less likely to express a definite intention to vote, Trump’s supporters are driven by hope for the future and are more likely to vote for Trump because they like him, rather than as an opposition to Biden.

His return to office

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The survey also indicated that most Americans perceive Trump as having tried to stay in office past his term, and while there is a division regarding the legality of his actions, those who believe he tried to stay legally would overwhelmingly support his return to office2.

Current political climate

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The CBS News poll findings underscore the complex dynamics influencing the current political climate.

The survey’s insights

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The survey’s insights into voter perceptions, motivations, and contrasting views on the two presidencies provide valuable perspectives on the evolving preferences of the American electorate.

Joe Biden and Donald Trump

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As the political landscape continues to evolve, these poll results offer crucial insights into the factors shaping the race between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

The Biden-Trump rematch

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The recent CBS News poll sheds light on the evolving dynamics of the Biden-Trump rematch, offering valuable insights into voter preferences, perceptions, and motivations that are shaping the current political landscape.

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