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If Democrats and the Biden administration thought that indicting their chief rival, former President Donald Trump, would tarnish his brand to the extent that he’d become an unviable contender in the 2024 GOP race, their assumptions appear to be incorrect. Trump’s poll numbers have not only surged since he faced four indictments in various jurisdictions but he also appears to be gaining an edge over Biden in crucial swing states, as indicated by a recent poll.

“The states that had the narrowest margin of victory for either candidate last cycle were Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, with Biden winning all but North Carolina. Across those key swing states, Trump is ahead of Biden 41% to 35%, and 24% of voters remain undecided, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll,” The Daily Caller reported.

“Among independent voters, the former president also held a slight advantage over Biden, according to the poll. Trump received 32% support among independents compared to Biden’s 30%, and 38% were undecided. Uncertain voters favored Biden over Trump at 49% to 38%,” The DC noted, citing the survey.

The survey “found that 48% of respondents in swing states would probably or definitely vote for Trump, compared to just 41% for Biden. Though Biden is narrowly favored overall by likely voters, with 43% favoring him compared to 42% for Trump, the Republican front-runner could win 270 Electoral College votes by seizing the swing states,” the Washington Examiner reported.

In a theoretical matchup for the 2024 election, Biden and Trump are tied at 39%, as shown in the poll. Numerous voters expressed apprehensions about the president’s age, as well as concerns about the economy and crime, as influential factors shaping their decision.

In the same vein, Trump was ahead of his presumed Democratic opponent in numerous swing states, based on polling conducted by Echelon Insights in July.

Furthermore, when factoring in the Green Party’s challenger, Cornel West, Biden’s hold on the overall vote is not secure either. The survey indicates that West could draw a significant portion of Biden’s liberal supporters, potentially tipping the majority of the votes in favor of Trump.

“When taking West into consideration, Biden’s share of the vote drops to 42%, with West taking 4% of the vote. Trump emerges triumphant with 43% of the vote,” the Examiner added. “Trump’s lead in swing states is further solidified when West is involved as well. Trump’s share remains at 48%, while Biden’s drops to 40%.”

“There is always a danger a third-party candidate can impact the Electoral College results, particularly if they receive enough votes in a battleground state or states to change the outcome,” University of Akron (Ohio) political science Prof. David B. Cohen told Newsweek. “In a close election, Cornel West could well be a spoiler.”

He noted further: “There is no evidence to suggest that the 2024 election will be anything but a very close election decided by razor-thin margins, which means that a third-party candidate could have an outsized influence in the result.”

Over the past few months, Trump has been pulling WAY ahead of Joe Biden. In May, for instance, an ABC/Washington Post survey showed him with a massive 7-point lead over Biden, Mediaite reported.

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“According to the survey, the president trails his predecessor by 7 points in a hypothetical 2024 general election matchup. Respondents were asked whether they would ‘definitely’ vote for Trump or Biden, ‘probably’ vote for Trump or Biden, or vote for someone else or not vote at all. Among those who ‘definitely’ prefer one candidate over the other, Trump leads Biden 36-32. But when those ‘probably’ voting are added to the tally, Trump’s margin balloons to 7 points — as he holds a 45-38 advantage over Biden,” the report said.

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