People’s opinion of Joe Biden keeps going down, while President Donald Trump keeps getting stronger in the political world before next year’s election.
A new survey from Carolina Forward says that Trump has a four-point lead over Biden in North Carolina, which is a very important state in the race for president.
For president in both 2020 and 2016, Trump won North Carolina by a small but strong majority.
N.C. is not the president’s only big lead, though. Polls across the country show that President Trump is now the clear favorite to win the Republican primary vote next year, with numbers that have never been seen before.
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A new poll from TIPP Insights, which was done from August 30 to September 1, showed that Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., only got 11% of the support of Republican primary supporters, while President Trump got 60%. This shows that Trump has an amazing 49-point lead over the runner-up.
As he goes into next year’s Republican primary, Donald Trump is also far ahead in key swing states like Iowa, where he won the most votes in the Iowa election. If you live in Iowa and are likely to go to the Republican vote next year, 42% of those people say they want Trump to win the party’s nomination.
A study from Berkeley IGS at the end of August shows that Trump has an 11-point lead over Gov. DeSantis in the Republican primary race in California. This means that Trump is also likely to win the state’s votes.
This year, Trump has been in more court fights than ever before, but his polling has only gotten better since January. This has helped his campaign raise money and raise his place in national polls. Recently, Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., said that the fact that the president is still being charged with crimes only makes him “stronger.”
Trump has added two more points since July, according to a new national general election poll from Echelon Insights. This gives him a narrow one-point lead over Biden as the election season really gets going.