A new survey reveals that former president Trump leads vice president Biden among both youthful and Hispanic voters.
According to the survey, which was jointly conducted by USA Today and Suffolk University, Biden is trailing in a number of the crucial demographics that contributed to his 2020 White House victory as we enter a pivotal election year.
Biden received 34% of the support of Hispanic voters surveyed, while Trump received 39%. This is a significant decrease from 2020, when Biden earned 65% of the demographic group’s income.
Black voters have also withdrawn their support for the president. According to the survey, Biden’s support in the demographic has decreased from 87 percent in 2020 to 63 percent at present.
Additionally, his support among younger voters has declined. Biden defeated Trump by 24 points in the cohort in 2020. According to the survey, however, Trump now has 37% of the support of voters under the age of 35, compared to 33% for Biden.
Young progressives are dismayed that Vice President Biden has not taken additional action on issues such as voting rights and climate change.
Following the Supreme Court’s denial of his petition to forgive a substantial amount of debt, he recommenced making payments on his student loans.
Numerous younger Americans, who are generally more empathetic toward Palestinians impacted by the conflict, also detest Biden’s support for Israel in its war with Hamas.
Twenty-one percent of younger voters and twenty-one percent of Hispanic and African American voters surveyed say they will support an opponent of Trump or Biden.
The survey, which was administered to 1,000 likely electors from December 26-29, has an error margin of 3.1 percentage points.
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