President Joe Biden recently visited The Showroom in Washington, D.C., to witness demonstrations of science and technology, including prosthetic arms and ocean exploration technology.
However, the event was overshadowed by a moment when Biden wandered off stage and the camera feed was cut.
Biden wanders away and the feed is promptly cut. pic.twitter.com/fhVM0cFP6s
— AnalyzingAmerica (@AnalyzAmerica) November 15, 2023
Meanwhile, a recent poll indicates that former President Donald Trump is leading Biden in several battleground states, with concerns arising about Biden’s age and a shift in black voter support towards Trump. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)
Former President Trump is currently leading President Biden by 4 points in the swing states that are expected to determine the outcome of the next presidential election.
The swing states include Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Wisconsin.
Trump has a lead in most of these states, except for Michigan where the race is tied, and Biden has a 3-point lead in Nevada.
In the 2020 election, Biden won all of these swing states except for North Carolina. Additionally, a separate national poll shows Biden ahead by 2 points.
A Democrat-commissioned poll has revealed that Donald Trump holds an advantage over President Biden among voters who dislike both major-party front-runners in three key battleground states.
The survey, conducted by Democratic firm GQR on behalf of pro-Biden super PAC Unite the Country, indicates that the former president leads the current president 51% to 48% among so-called “double-haters” in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Among likely voters in these states, Trump and Biden are tied at 50% each. The poll also found that “double-haters” accounted for approximately 16% of the total sample of 3,000 likely voters, with a higher likelihood of being male, having college degrees, and identifying as Republicans. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)
Within this group, 59% held a “very unfavorable” view of Trump, while 49% felt the same way about Biden. Unite the Country stated that by identifying and understanding these voters, they can engage them through various media channels to demonstrate why voting for Biden is crucial for the United States.
Trump won all three states in 2016, but Biden flipped them back into the Democratic column in 2020. However, if Trump manages to win all the states he won in the previous election, he will return to the presidency.
Recent polling data from RealClearPolitics shows Trump ahead of Biden in Pennsylvania by an average of 1.6 percentage points and in Michigan by an average of 0.4 percentage points.
The poll also discovered that the reluctance of “double-haters” to vote for Trump can be attributed to his post-2020 election attempts to remain in power and the four criminal cases against him.
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