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Trump Beats Biden +3 and DeSantis +29; Here’s How the Latest Polls Are Shaping Up


Folks, we all know that the mainstream media polls are designed to favor the left.

So what does it mean when a Republican is doing well in a poll?

Well, it suggests that things are REALLY beginning to turn against this current administration.

The latest Presidential polls shows President Trump beating Biden by 3 points!

When was the last time that a Republican won the popular vote?

Hint: It’s been over a decade…

If Trump beats Biden 3 percent in the popular vote, then it would be a LANDSLIDE in the electoral college!

No wonder the media is rushing to ignore this story.

More details below:

Instead of covering the fact the Trump would win the popular vote AND crush the electoral college, the media is deflecting.

They’re covering another angle instead.

So what is it?

They’re headline is that “few Americans are excited about a Biden-Trump rematch.”


I, for one, would be THRILLED to vote for President Trump again.

According to the Washington Post:

President Biden and former president Donald Trump may have each drawn a record number of votes in 2020, but at this early stage in the 2024 election cycle, Americans show little enthusiasm for a rematch between the two well-known yet unpopular leaders, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Neither Biden nor Trump generates broad excitement within their own party, and most Americans overall say they would feel dissatisfied or angry if either wins the general election.

Biden, who has said he intends to seek reelection, has no current opposition for the Democratic nomination. Trump is likely to face at least several challengers in his bid to lead his party for a third consecutive election.

Among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, the Post-ABC poll finds 58 percent say they would prefer someone other than Biden as their nominee in 2024 — almost double the 31 percent who support Biden. That is statistically unchanged since last September.

You have to scroll about halfway through the article until you get the results.

Buried in the middle of the article, they admit that Trump would smash Biden:

In a hypothetical matchup between Biden and Trump, 48 percent of registered voters today say they would favor Trump to 45 percent who say Biden, a gap within the poll’s margin of error. About 9 in 10 Democrats back Biden and about the same share of Republicans back Trump. Among independents, 50 percent favor Trump to 41 percent for Biden.

It’s not uncommon for people to get their news scrolling on social media.

By keeping Trump’s victory out of the headlines and buried deep in the article, most people will never find out the truth!

But that’s not all.

It turns out that Trump would also beat DeSantis in an almost 30 point tidal wave!

There’s even talk of other candidates like Nikki Haley jumping into the race.

And who do they hurt?

HINT: It’s NOT President Trump…

The media is trying to claim that some of the polls are unreliable.

However, many of these polls are the ones that accurately predicted the 2016 election.

The media can try to spin these polls however they want, but numbers are numbers…

According to the New York Times:

In just the last two weeks, an Emerson College poll found Mr. Trump leading Mr. DeSantis by 26 points, 55 percent to 29 percent, in a multicandidate field, while a Bulwark/North Star/Dynata poll over a similar period found Mr. DeSantis leading by 11 points, 39 percent to 28 percent.

This is not normal. It’s also a recent development. In the three months before the midterm election, 10 polling firms showed a much more typical 12-point spread in Mr. Trump’s share of support, between 45 percent and 57 percent.

Whether Mr. Trump is at 25 percent or 55 percent is no small matter. Believe it or not, early polling is fairly predictive of the eventual outcome in presidential primaries. It also has real-world consequences. It affects the decision-making of potential candidates, operatives and activists, many of whom have adopted a wait-and-see approach in part because there are so many conflicting signs of Mr. Trump’s strength.

And the existence of such a wide split betrays that the survey research industry may be in far worse shape than one might have otherwise guessed. While the exact reason for the vast spread in survey results is hard to ascertain, the likeliest explanation is that many well-known pollsters are collecting profoundly unrepresentative data.

So what do you think?

Will you be voting for Trump in the presidential primaries?

If so, do you think he can win?

Let us know in the comments below!


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