Trump Catapults Into Lead

Donald Trump

(Patriot.Buzz) – Showcasing an ever-growing longing to make America great again, former President Donald Trump has gained a narrow lead over Joe Biden, as indicated by the latest Quinnipiac poll. This marks the first instance in this particular poll where Trump has surpassed Biden.

According to the poll, Trump has garnered 48% support from registered voters compared to Biden’s 46%. The poll was conducted between mid-November, surveying 1,574 registered voters, with a margin of error of 2.5%.

In a three-way race scenario, Trump maintains his edge, securing 38% support against Biden’s 37%, while independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. attracts a significant 21% of the vote.

The dynamic remains consistent even in a five-way race. Trump leads with 38%, Biden follows with 35%, and Kennedy holds 17% of the vote. Additionally, independent candidate Cornel West and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein each receive 3% support.

Both Trump and Biden demonstrate dominant leads in their respective parties’ primary campaigns for the presidential nomination. Trump leads Republican Governor Ron DeSantis by a substantial 48 points, whereas Biden leads author Marianne Williamson with a 74% to 12% margin.

Amidst these developments, Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia is contemplating a potential third-party presidential run following his announcement that he will not seek reelection to the Senate.

This shift in Trump’s favor marks a change from previous Quinnipiac polls. As noted in a post on X by Interactive Polls, Biden previously led Trump by 1 point in September and 4 points in July.

In a broader context, Trump leads Biden by 1 point in the RealClearPolitics average of polls conducted from late October to mid-November. For comparison, at this point in 2019, Biden had a 10.2% lead over Trump, while in 2015, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton maintained a 4.4% lead over him.

These polling results indicate a fluid and competitive race for the presidency, with shifts in voter sentiment reflecting the downward state of the country under Biden.