BREAKING: Trump successfully reverses results of 2020 battleground state

No one thought this was possible. They wrote off Donald Trump from the beginning.

But now former President Donald Trump has successfully reversed the results of a 2020 battleground state.

According to a recently conducted survey, former president Donald Trump has an impressive 8-point edge over current president Joe Biden in the event of a possible rematch in the pivotal battleground state of Georgia in 2024.

The poll conducted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the University of Georgia found that among registered voters in the swing state, Trump had a significant lead over Biden with 45% to Biden’s 37%. Additionally, 20% of the respondents did not support either candidate.

Georgia went blue for the first time since 1992 when Biden defeated the former president by a margin of less than 12,000 votes in the most recent presidential election cycle. Donald Trump had previously won the state in 2016.

Even among those between the ages of 18 and 29, Trump had the upper hand, according to the poll. Among Black voters, Biden seemed to be struggling; the poll demonstrated that Biden’s lead over Trump with Black voters is quickly shrinking.

Since the last poll in November, the former president’s advantage over Biden has increased from 1 to 8 points.

Not only does the former president hold an advantage in the national RealClearPolitics (RCP) average, but Trump has also led Biden in many other recent swing state surveys.

Based on surveys done between October 22 and December 6, the RCP average for a rematch in Georgia between Trump and Biden in 2024 shows that the former president has a lead of 5.2 points.

Not only that, but the former president is ahead in the RCP average in a number of other key battleground states, such as Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

While both candidates remain at the top of their individual party’s primary fields, Trump won Monday’s Iowa caucus by a wide margin. Next Tuesday, in New Hampshire, Trump, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will compete for the first-in-the-nation primary. Vivek Ramaswamy withdrew after finishing in a distant fourth place.

A total of 1,007 state voters were polled by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution between January 3 and January 11, and the margin of error for the survey was 3.1%.

This news that Donald Trump is leading in swing states like Georgia that Joe Biden (supposedly, wink wink) won in 2020 should scare the daylights out of the radical Left.

Trump isn’t just barely leading these polls either. No, Trump is hitting double-digit leads over Joe Biden and company.

This has many political experts wondering if the Democrats will pull the plug on Joe Biden’s re-election campaign if they estimate that Biden simply can’t beat Donald Trump come November this year.

The smoke has been surrounding Michelle Obama as rumors swirl and swirl that she would be the one to pick up where Joe Biden leaves off should his campaign get pulled by the Democrats at the last second.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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