New Polls Shows Trump Beating Biden by 8 Points in Michigan

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In a recent poll, it was found that former President Trump received 8 points more support than President Biden among registered voters in Michigan, in a hypothetical rematch of the 2020 election.

A recent poll conducted by CNN revealed that 50 percent of voters expressed their support for Trump in the hypothetical scenario of a current presidential election, while 42 percent indicated their backing for Biden.

A small percentage of respondents express support for alternative candidates, while a minority indicate that they have no intention of participating in the voting process.

According to recent findings, there has been no change in the approval rating of President Biden’s job performance, which remains at 35 percent.

This data suggests a lack of significant shifts in public opinion since November.

In Michigan, a recent poll revealed that 40 percent of registered voters have a favorable opinion of Trump, while 33 percent hold the same view of Biden.

In a surprising turn of events, Biden managed to secure Michigan in the 2020 presidential election, a state that had previously been won by Trump in 2016.

In the recent Michigan Democratic primary, the president emerged as the clear victor.

However, an interesting twist unfolded as more than 100,000 voters opted for the “uncommitted” choice on the ballot.

This surge in support for the alternative option was a result of a campaign that encouraged voters to use it as a means to convey their dissatisfaction with Biden’s approach to the Gaza conflict.

A recent poll conducted by CNN from March 13-18 included a sample of 1,097 registered voters. The survey has a margin of error of 3.6 percentage points.

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