A new poll indicates that former President Trump’s lead over President Biden in several crucial battleground states has marginally shrunk.
Redfield & Wilton Strategies, in collaboration with The Telegraph, released the third edition of its poll on Monday, which tracks a hypothetical general election in the six swing states of Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, including GOP and Democratic front-runners Trump and Biden, as well as potential independent and third-party candidates.
In general, the poll revealed that Trump’s lead in four states has experienced a marginal reduction since its previous administration in November.
The survey revealed that although the margins between Trump and Biden shrunk in Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, the former president continues to hold the advantage in all six states that were included in the survey.
In all states, neither candidate received more than fifty percent of the vote, indicating that the swing states continue to be divided regarding their probable general election support.
Penn State appears to be the closest battleground, with Trump leading Biden by only one point. Biden received 39 percent of the support in the state, compared to 40 percent for Trump.
According to the poll, Trump’s margin in Pennsylvania has decreased since November, when he held a 7-point advantage over Biden.
The new poll places Trump’s lead over Biden in Arizona at six points, down from seven points in November. According to the poll, his current support in the state stands at 41%.
In Georgia, Trump leads Biden by eight points, according to the poll; this deficit is marginally smaller than the ten points that were documented in the previous poll.
Furthermore, his advantage in North Carolina has shrunk to four percentage points, down from nine points in November.
A North Carolina poll finds that Biden has the support of 33%, while Trump has 37%.
In Florida and Michigan, Trump’s lead did not diminish, according to the poll. In Florida, the former president leads Biden by eleven points; in Michigan, the gap is only two.
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