Biden Rocked As Trump Takes Double Digit Lead In Latest Poll

Biden Rocked As Trump Takes Double Digit Lead In Latest Poll

Former President Donald Trump has reached a significant lead in his competition against President Joe Biden.

The latest Rasmussen Reports poll, released on June 20, shows the former president holding a double-digit advantage over the current president.

In a direct election matchup, Trump decisively beats Biden with 49 percent to 40 percent, a 9-point lead. This lead grows to double digits when independent candidates Jill Stein, Cornell West, and Robert Kennedy Jr. are included, with Trump defeating Biden by 46 percent to 36 percent.

Over the weekend, Trump spoke at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s annual Road to Majority conference, urging supporters to vote, as reported by Fox News.

“The evangelicals and the Christians, they don’t vote as much as they should. I don’t know if you know that,” he told the attendees.

“You know they go to church every Sunday, but they don’t vote, and we have to make sure they vote just this time, because all you have to do is this time,” Trump emphasized.

“You don’t have to vote in four years, but you have to vote this time,” he added.

Biden’s approval is declining among key Democratic voting groups, including women, according to a New York Times polling analysis published this week.

The analysis reveals that Biden’s approval rating with women is the lowest it has been for a Democratic presidential candidate since the 2004 election, when then-President George W. Bush won reelection against Democratic challenger John Kerry.

This analysis underscores increasing concerns about Biden’s reelection chances amid rising costs. Women, who are vital to the Democratic vote and typically make most household purchasing decisions, have notably shifted their political preferences. Four years ago, Biden had a 13-point lead over Trump among women, but recent polls indicate Trump now leads by eight points, a 21-point swing, according to the New York Times’s average from over 30 polls since January, as noted by Breitbart News.

Under Biden, soaring costs — prices for most household goods and items — have risen about 20 percent overall, affecting how women perceive him, particularly black and Hispanic women. The Times highlighted:

Biden’s current struggles with Black and Hispanic women are particularly notable. He is leading among Black women in the KFF survey by 58 percentage points, a significant drop from his 86 percentage point margin among Black women leading up to the 2020 election, according to an average of New York Times/Siena College polls from that election. Biden’s lead with Hispanic women has also significantly decreased, now about 12 points. The survey found Biden’s lead among women overall to be four points.

Inflation voters are more likely to be Black or Hispanic than women overall and tend to be middle-aged. In Michigan, nearly 60 percent of Black women say inflation is the most critical issue for their vote. Similarly, a significant share of Hispanic women in Arizona say the same. For these women, inflation outweighs all other issues.

According to surveys by the Kaiser Family Foundation, twice as many women reported being better off financially under President Trump compared to the current administration. Notably, young women, a key demographic for Democrats, were nearly three times more likely to say they fared better financially under Trump than under Biden. However, 41 percent of young women saw no difference in their financial situation under either administration. Similarly, half of Black women also reported no noticeable financial change between the two presidencies, as reported by the Times.

Trump’s growing support among women parallels his increasing support overall among black and Hispanic voters. Some surveys show him gaining more support from these two demographics than any Republican presidential candidate since Nixon in the early 1960s.

While Biden and his administration continue to promote the idea that Americans are better off under his economic policies, collectively known as “Bidenomics,” the reality for many is that life was much better under Trump.

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