Biden Falling Farther Behind Trump In 6 of 7 Crucial Swing States

Biden Falling Farther Behind Trump In 6 of 7 Crucial Swing States

President Joe Biden continues his collapse as the presidential election approaches.

A new Wall Street Journal poll stunned CNN anchors, showing former President Donald Trump far ahead in every key swing state except Wisconsin.

“Look at the why: what is going on?  Alright, trusted more, again, this is across all of these key seven swing states,” Harry Enten, a CNN political analyst, said.

“Look, Donald Trump is trusted more than Joe Biden in basically all the important issues — the economy, inflation, 20-point lead, immigration, border, 20-point lead, the Israel-Hamas war, 14-point lead, the Russia-Ukraine war, nine-point lead, protecting democracy, well within the margin of error, which I think is something the that should worry that Biden camp, given that has been harping and Democrats been harping on this,” the analyst said. “Just a one-point advantage.

“On abortion, Democrats and Joe Biden have a 12-point advantage. They would love this campaign to be about abortion, but at this particular point, it‘s about this. And it‘s about this with perhaps a little bit of this,” he said, pointing to immigration and the economy, “and all these issues favor Donald Trump.”

He said that Democrats and Biden have been “running on protecting democracy,” but voters do not appear to care.

“It is a wash. And this is not the only poll that shows…  was looking at a Quinnipiac University poll last month, last week, excuse me, that showed the same thing,” he said. “And it‘s something that RFK Jr. said to our colleague, Erin Burnett, saying, I‘m not quite sure — Joe Biden may be worse for protecting democracy. It turns out a lot of voters agree on that.

“One little last thing I‘ll point out — is the U.S. on the right track or wrong track of presidential elections? Right track, 25 percent average when the president’s party loses since 1980 — 25% (now for Biden). It looks very much that type of campaign that we‘ve seen before right now,” he said.


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