Many people thought that Trump would disappear after the 2020 election, the January 6 event, two impeachment hoaxes, and the Deep State throwing the entire kitchen sink at him. But, NO! Trump is much more than you think!
Biden attained a miraculous 81 million votes without a campaign, but since he has run a disastrous presidency, everything gets worse!
Biden’s support has unsurprisingly tanked fastest in the swing states. On the other hand, the new poll stated that Trump led Biden by 11 points in a head-to-head matchup in the early caucus state of Iowa.
The latest survey performed by Selzer and Co in collaboration with the Des Moines Register/Mediacom exposed that 51% of likely Iowa voters would support Trump in the 2024 race, and 40% would support Biden.
Trump won Iowa in 2020 by eight points, and the increasing strength comes as a viable candidate defies the media’s constant negative reporting on the ex-president.
One of the main trends that occur in the USA is that the suburbs are furious and are against Biden and the Dems.
“An ABC News/Washington Post poll published Sunday found if midterm elections were held now, 51 percent of all registered voters say they would vote for a Republican in their congressional district, as opposed to 41 percent who said they would go with a Democrat,” the Hill reported.
“That figure represents the largest lead for the GOP in the 110 polls conducted by the two news organizations since 1981,” the Hill said. “It also represents only the second time since 1981 Republicans have held a statistical advantage in that category.”
“In the average state, 44 percent of suburban voters approved of Biden’s job performance in the third quarter of his presidency, down 6 percentage points since his first three months in office, while the share who disapproved increased 8 points to 52 percent,” the Morning Consult said. “Taken together, this marks a 14-point decline in Biden’s net approval rating in the suburbs that helped deliver Democratic victories over the past four years, from Virginia’s governorship in 2017 to the two Senate runoffs in Georgia early this year.”
“Some of the largest drops in Biden’s suburban support came in Georgia, as well as Wisconsin, North Carolina, Ohio, Michigan, Florida and Pennsylvania — all of which feature prominently in the pending races to control the Senate or House,” the article added.
The Dems will lose the 2022 midterms, and the 2024 race is a sure win for the Republicans, regardless of whether Trump will be a candidate or not.