Biden and Trump Now Tied in New Pennsylvania Poll

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A recent poll conducted by CNN reveals that President Biden and former President Trump are currently neck and neck in Pennsylvania, in a hypothetical rematch of the 2020 election.

According to a recent survey, an equal percentage of registered voters in the Keystone State expressed their support for both Trump and Biden if the presidential election were to take place today.

A small fraction of respondents, around six percent, expressed their preference for an alternative candidate, while a mere two percent indicated that they have no intention of participating in the upcoming election.

In Pennsylvania, the poll revealed that a smaller number of respondents expressed approval for Biden’s performance as president. In October, his performance was approved by 43 percent of the people, but that number has now dropped to 40 percent.

In the recent survey, 40 percent of respondents expressed a favorable opinion of Trump, while 38 percent held the same view about Biden.

In the 2020 presidential election, Pennsylvania was won by Biden, marking a significant shift from the previous election where Trump emerged victorious in this crucial battleground state.

According to a recent polling average by The Hill/Decision Desk HQ, the 2024 election in Pennsylvania shows Trump with a current support of 46.3 percent, while Biden stands at 41.5 percent.

In a momentous address, Biden delivered his inaugural general election speech in Pennsylvania, taking aim at Trump and cautioning against the perils of his potential reelection for the fabric of American democracy.

In a speech delivered approximately three years after the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, President Biden made a compelling argument that Republicans have embraced the same extremism that was on display during that fateful day.

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