On Friday, Reuters and Ipsos released a 2024 presidential election poll between the leading 2024 presidential candidate and 45th President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden and, according to the poll, Trump will win the election in an electoral landslide.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted from September 8 to 14 and surveyed 4,413 U.S. adults.
The poll spelled doom for Biden as it showed Trump leading him in all of the seven most crucial states that determined the 2020 presidential election - Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Nevada, North Carolina, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
In all seven states, Trump crushed Biden by six points, with 41 percent to Biden’s 35 percent, and a remaining undecided 24 percent.
If all the other states remain the same in the 2024 presidential election, Trump would receive 312 electoral votes, 42 more electoral votes than the 270 he needs to win. Biden would receive 226 electoral votes.
“Biden faces the risk of losing independent voters, whom he won decisively in 2020. If the election were held now, Trump had 32% support among independents to Biden's 30%, effectively a tie with a 38% plurality still undecided, the poll found,” Reuters reports.
On Thursday, Rasmussen Reports released a 2024 Georgia presidential poll between Donald Trump and President Joe Biden where Trump, as usual, won by a landslide.
Rasmussen Reports and The Absolute Truth with Emerald Robinson surveyed 1,061 Georgia likely voters between September 8 -11 and found that if the 2024 presidential election were held today, President Trump would beat Joe Biden with a nine-point landslide victory, with 47 percent to Biden’s 38 percent.
The Rasmussen poll revealed that far-left Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has outraged Georgia voters as 56 percent of likely Georgia voters believe Trump is being treated unfairly.
"Fifty-three percent (53%) of Georgia voters would support state officials convening a special session of the legislature to stop Willis from prosecuting Trump, including 37% who would Strongly Support such a move. Thirty-eight percent (38%) would oppose a special legislative session to stop the Fulton County prosecution of Trump, including 30% who would Strongly Oppose it," Rasmussen reported.
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