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 November 21, 2023

Donald Trump dominates GOP opponents and Biden according to new national polling data

President Joe Biden has a mountain of worries regarding the 2024 election, and they're worsening by the day. 

According to Breitbart, President Donald Trump, even with multiple indictments and seemingly never-ending legal issues, has solidified his lead in not only GOP primary polls, but also against President Joe Biden in national polls and hypothetical matchups.

A recent Harvard-Harris poll revealed that Trump continues to dominate the field of his GOP primary opponents and has gained nearly 70% support in the primary polling, making him virtually unstoppable at this point.

Many believe that as a result of his continued dominant position, additional GOP candidates will ultimately drop out of the race -- and hopefully get behind Trump, who will undoubtedly be the party's nominee next year.

The poll also spelled really bad news for Biden and his 2024 campaign team, as Trump has once again beaten Biden in a hypothetical, head-to-head matchup.

Breitbart noted:

In the poll published Monday, 53 percent of the 2,581 registered voters surveyed nationally back Trump in a head-to-head race with Biden when undecided voters were pushed to choose a candidate they leaned toward.

Biden, now 81 and continuing to gaffe on a regular basis while showing his age, only managed to garner 47% support, which is 1% drop from the last iteration of the same poll.

The poll was conducted without the "leaners" included, and Trump still stomped Biden with 48% support to the current president's 41% support. Eleven percent of voters in that formula remain undecided.

Notably, Trump is still doing better than Biden when third-party candidates, such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are added to the mix. Both Trump and Biden lose a bit, but Biden loses more in those scenarios.

Even more interesting is when Green Party presidential candidate Cornel West and progressive Jill Stein are included in the results.

In that scenario, Trump opens up a double-digit lead on Biden, with 43% support to Biden's 34% support. No wonder a growing number of Democrats are worried sick about third-party challengers.

The former president is now beating Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis by a staggering 58 points when "GOP voters were asked who they would back if their state’s primary were today."

Short of an unprecedented turn of events, it's clear that not only will Trump be the Republican nominee, he will likely win the White House next year.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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