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 September 8, 2023

Multiple GOP candidates lead Joe Biden in poll matchup

Multiple Republican presidential candidates poll ahead of President Joe Biden, according to a poll by CNN.

The poll showed that former President Donald Trump polled ahead of Biden by 1% with a 2.6% margin of error in the poll.

The numbers

"Haley, for instance, leads Biden 49 percent to 43 percent — a lead well outside of the margin of error. Biden trails both Pence and Scott by two points, as both see 46 percent to Biden’s 44 percent," Breitbart News reported.

"Christie leads Biden by two points, 44 percent to Biden’s 42 percent, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is tied with Biden at 47 percent support," it continued.

"While the survey shows Biden edging out anti-woke businessman Vivek Ramaswamy by one point — 46 percent to 45 percent — that is still a virtual tie, well within the survey’s margin of error," the report added.

Different than 2020

"Donald Trump, 47%, Joe Biden, 46%...There was not a single poll conducted by CNN during the entire 2020 cycle in which Donald Trump got a higher share of the vote than Joe Biden did," CNN reported.

The report added, " this is a vastly different picture from what we saw four years ago."

Biden's low approval rating

"While 39 percent approve of Biden’s job performance as president, 61 percent disapprove, according to the poll released Thursday," the Hill reported.

"Approval for his handling of the job was above 50 percent at the start of his first year in office, but dropped as low as 38 percent in July of last year, according to the poll. It climbed again to 46 percent in December of last year but has been on a decline in the months since," it added.

Biden's approval rating is lower than any president in modern history except former President Jimmy Carter who lost his bid for a second term against Ronald Reagan.

Conservatives hope that Trump or another GOP candidate will have the same victory against Biden, making him a one-term president after the 2024 election.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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