Joe Biden brought to his knees by the last people he ever expected

President Biden is confident about being re-elected to a second term. But the script is being flipped on him.

Because Joe Biden is being brought to his knees by the last people he ever expected.

A Monday survey found that, despite winning the Hispanic demographic by a margin of more than two to one in the past cycle, President Joe Biden is now lagging former President Donald Trump in the race for a possible rematch in 2024 with this voting bloc.

Among the important voting bloc that Democrats usually win by significant majorities, a USA Today/Suffolk University poll indicated that Biden was 5 points behind Trump with Hispanic voters. When asked about the 2020 election, Edison Research found that 65% of Hispanic voters supported Biden, while only 32% supported Trump.

That would demonstrate a shocking twenty-three point swing in Donald Trump’s favor from just four short years ago.

A similar fall in support for the president has been observed among Black voters, a population that Biden won by a margin of 87% to 12% in the last round. Today a mere 63% of respondents stated they would vote for Biden.

In addition, the poll found that among Hispanic and Black voters, 20% picked someone other than the two probable party choices, and among teenage voters, 21% picked someone else entirely.

David Paleologos, director of Suffolk University’s Political Research Center, told USA Today that although Trump hasn’t expanded support among Black voters, he has closed the deficit because third-party votes fall off of Biden’s support among Blacks. “A young voter or a person of color voting ‘third party’ is a vote away from President Biden, and a vote away from President Biden is a vote for Donald Trump.”

Among those under the age of 35, the survey put Trump with a four-point edge over Biden. While he trailed in the 30-to-44 age group by 6 points in 2020, Biden easily won the 18-to-29 age group by 24 points.

According to this study, Biden is losing support from a number of important Democratic voting blocs, which is consistent with findings from other recent polls.

Among all voters, 39% supported Trump and 37% Biden; 17% picked an unknown third-party candidate. When seven contenders were named, the former president’s advantage increased to three points, with independent Robert F. Kennedy Jr. earning 10% of the vote.

Based on surveys taken between December 4 and December 29, the RealClearPolitics average for a general election between Trump and Biden in 2024 shows that the former president has a 2.4 point edge. In key contests like in the states of Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia, Trump is also ahead of Biden.

Between December 26 and 29, 1,000 potential voters throughout the country were polled by USA Today and Suffolk University. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1%.

The Democrats back in 2020 turned to Joe Biden to lead their party at a time of crisis. They estimated that Donald Trump needed to be defeated at all costs in that election.

To do so, they marketed the aging Joe Biden as a moderate that anyone could get behind. While Joe Biden was able to make his way into the Oval Office, it’s not going the way the Democrats have been hoping at all.

His approval ratings started off strong touching nearly 60% approval on average across voting blocs. Today, his approval ratings are a dumpster fire as most polls demonstrate that he’s unable to break 40% approval. Some other polls suggest his approval is as low as the 20s.

So this plan of the Democrats to kick Trump to the curb at all costs has seriously backfired. Even the Democrats around the country trying to get Trump removed from the Presidential election race have had their schemes blow up in their faces.

Donald Trump’s support has grown ever since his home in Mar-a-Lago was raided back in August of 2022. Then came the countless charges and indictments with the goal of both demonizing Donald Trump and maybe even convicting him to make him ineligible to ever hold office again.

That’s all failed spectacularly. Donald Trump appears to be on his way to a second term in what would be the most stunning political comeback in American history.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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