Biden Gets Disappointing Polling News in Wake of State of the Union

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Former President Trump currently holds a slight lead over President Biden in a recent national poll, which was published on Wednesday.

This comes after both candidates secured their party’s nominations for the upcoming November election.

In a recent poll conducted by USA Today/Suffolk University, Trump was found to be polling at 40 percent compared to Biden’s 38 percent.

However, Biden’s approval rating and opinions on the economy have improved, as 25 percent of respondents indicated they could reconsider their choice of candidate for November.

According to the survey, 29% of voters identified inflation and the economy as their primary concern, followed by immigration (24%) and threats to democracy (23%).

Abortion was identified as the top issue by 10% of voters.

Biden’s approval rating increased slightly from 39 percent in a December survey to 41 percent on Wednesday.

According to the poll, 33 percent of voters believe there is an economic recovery happening, marking the highest level during Biden’s presidency since August 2021.

1,000 registered voters were surveyed from March 8-11. The margin of error was 3.1 percentage points.

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