Joe Biden continues to lose support from critical demographics for his Democrat coalition of voters, trailing former President Donald Trump 37-39 percent ahead of the 2024 Presidential Elections, as reported by a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll. The 81-year-old incumbent President has seen a rapid decrease in support from black voters, down to 63 percent from an initial 87 percent. Whilst still a considerably higher percentage than Trump’s 12 percent, the drop-off is significant. Also concerning is Biden’s decline among young voters and Hispanic voters, with Trump now leading in these demographics at 37-33 percent and 39-34 percent respectively.
Biden’s approval numbers remain underwater, with just 29 percent of respondents perceiving the economy as in recovery.
Former President Donald Trump leads the race amongst GOP voters, outscoring Nikki Haley and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis by over 50 points. Despite current legal battles, support for Trump remains undiminished as 44 percent of respondents express fervent support for the former President. Conversely, only 18 percent of voters expressed the same enthusiasm for Biden.
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