Polling suggests Donald Trump win over Joe Biden in hypothetical 2024 election
One poll showed Donald Trump leading Joe Biden in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
The five swing states that Biden won in 2020 make up a total of 73 Electoral College votes
Another survey found 83% of those who voted for Trump last time would support him again
Former President Donald Trump would rout his successor Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 election, according to recent polling. A Fabrizio, Lee & Associates poll conducted for the former president's Make America Great Again Committee showed Trump leading Biden in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The five swing states that Biden won in 2020 make up a total of 73 Electoral College votes, with Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan playing a key role in Biden's victory in the presidential election.
The poll conducted among 600 likely voters in each of the five states from November 11 to 16 found that Trump led Biden by 12 points in Michigan, 10 points in Wisconsin and six points in Pennsylvania, states Trump won in 2016 by less than one percent in each case.
Trump also led Biden by eight percent in Arizona and three percent in Georgia, states the Republican won in 2016 but lost last year.
A separate Rasmussen Reports/Pulse Opinion Research poll conducted from November 22 to 23 found that only 69% of those who had voted for Biden last year would do so again, while eight percent would switch to Trump.
In an encouraging statistic for Trump, though, the survey found 83% of those who voted for Trump last time would support him again.
The poll surveyed 1,200 likely voters and had a margin of error of three percent. Rasmussen enjoys a B rating from FiveThirtyEight.
An Emerson College poll conducted from November 3 to 4 found that Trump would defeat Biden with 45% to 43% in a potential 2024 rematch, while a Redfield & Wilton Strategies poll released on Thursday found that just 39% of Americans would vote for Biden in the next presidential election.
A USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll conducted from November 3 to 5 showed 64% of respondents saying they didn't want Biden to run for another term.
When it came to Trump, 58 percent said they didn't want him to run again.