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“Alarming signals”: ​​a survey highlights Joe Biden’s weaknesses eight months before the presidential election

2024-03-02T17:04:01.077Z

Highlights: If voters were to vote today to elect their president, 43% would vote for Joe Biden, compared to 48% for Donald Trump. Joe Biden is losing ground against his Republican rival Donald Trump, who is ahead of him in a poll published on Saturday March 2 by the New York Times. The publication of this poll shows “alarming signals” for the current American president among some Democratic voters. The 81-year-old Democratic president may insist, with supporting figures, that the economy is doing well, but only one in four voters think that the country is moving in the right direction.


If voters were to vote today to elect their president, 43% would vote for Joe Biden, compared to 48% for Donald Trump, reports this poll published by the New York Times.


Joe Biden is losing ground against his Republican rival Donald Trump, who is ahead of him in a poll published on Saturday March 2 by the

New York Times

.

The publication of this poll, which shows

“alarming signals”

for the current American president among some Democratic voters, comes eight months before the November election, and four days before

“Super Tuesday”

. -you crucial during which 15 states hold their Democratic and Republican primaries simultaneously.

Joe Biden and Donald Trump are almost guaranteed to be nominated by their respective parties.

If voters were to vote today to elect their president, 43% would vote for Joe Biden, compared to 48% for Donald Trump, according to this national poll carried out by the

New York Times

and Siena College University.

The 81-year-old Democratic president may insist, with supporting figures, that the economy is doing well,

"only one in four voters think that the country is moving in the right direction"

, with

"a majority of voters (who ) thinks the economy is doing badly

,” according to the newspaper.

A “more united” camp

This poll reveals

"a series of alarming signals for the president regarding weaknesses within the Democratic camp, particularly among women, black and Latino voters"

, as well as some workers, wrote the

New York Times

.

Despite his numerous legal setbacks, Donald Trump's control over the Republican Party on the contrary gives a

"more united"

camp : the ex-president

"won 97% of the votes of those who say they voted for him four years ago, and virtually none of his former supporters have said they want to vote for Mr. Joe Biden

.

Conversely,

“Mr. Joe Biden only received 83% of his 2020 voters, 10% of them saying that they now support Mr. Donald Trump

,” added the

New York Times

.

In addition to the economy, the age of President Biden, 81, as well as his firm support for Israel, at war in Gaza, also explain the unease within part of the Democratic electorate.

In November, the

New York Times

published a poll one year before the presidential election already showing Donald Trump ahead of Joe Biden in five out of six key states, with the Democrat losing ground among young people and minorities.

Source: lefigaro

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