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Poll After Poll Shows Voters Felt Way Better Off Under Trump Than Biden

  • A series of recent surveys found that voters felt far better under the Trump administration than they did under President Joe Biden.
  • A New York Times/Siena College poll released Sunday found that only 18% of registered voters said Mr. Biden's policies had “helped.” [them] “Personally,'' compared to 40% who said the same about President Trump.
  • “America is reliving the Jimmy Carter administration. Inflation is through the roof, American hostages are being held in the Middle East, we are not respected around the world, and voters want the president out of office. ,” veteran Republican strategist Mark Weaver told the Daily Caller News Foundation.

A series of recent polls have shown that voters believe former President Donald Trump's administration was better off economically and overall than President Joe Biden's.

Trump and Biden are likely headed for a rematch in November, with the former president currently leading in opinion polls. nationwide And in key battleground states. Recent surveys show that while voters are dissatisfied with the Biden administration, they also look back fondly on President Trump's policies. (Related: A series of new polls finds voters are far more concerned about Biden's age than Trump's)

“People across the board say this country was better off under the previous president than it was under the current president. And for that matter, the world was better off,” said Republican polling analyst John Mack. Henry told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “Voters were not enthused about President Trump personally, but they saw unforced mistakes such as the withdrawal from Afghanistan, inflationary spending, and border policies that effectively invited abuses of refugee laws, and they turned away from the two-way conflict. I don't think you've seen it. Two presidencies.

New York Times/Siena College poll Only 18% of registered voters said Biden's policies had “helped,” according to a poll released Sunday. [them] “Personally,'' compared to 40% who said the same about President Trump. The former president had more support than Biden on this issue among key general election voting demographics: women, black voters, Hispanics, independents and 18- to 29-year-olds.

The same survey found that the former president holds a 5-point lead among registered voters, with about 10% of 2020 Biden voters currently supporting Trump.

CBS News/YouGov investigation The poll, also released Sunday, found that 46% of registered voters said they thought Trump's term in office was “good” or “great,” while only 33% said the same about Biden's term. Ta. Opinion polls on a possible rematch also showed him leading Biden by 4 points.

According to the poll, about 50% of people said their “financial situation” had “deteriorated” over the past few years, while 23% said it had improved. Only 39% of respondents said the current national economy is “good,” compared to 65% who said it was “good” under the Trump administration.

“America is reliving the Jimmy Carter administration. Inflation is through the roof, American hostages are being held in the Middle East, we are not respected around the world, and voters want the president out of office. ,” veteran Republican strategist Mark Weaver told DCNF. “When President Ronald Reagan on the debate stage asked his fellow countrymen if life was better now than it was four years ago, the answer was a resounding 'No!'” 44 years later, the same question. can be answered in the same way.”

another poll In a poll released Sunday and conducted by Fox News, 48% of voters said Mr. Biden's policies were damaging, compared to just 32% who said Mr. Trump's policies were damaging. Ta.wall street journal poll A report released on the same day found that looking back, nearly half of voters support Mr. Trump as president, but only 38% currently support Mr. Biden.

WASHINGTON DC – MARCH 1: US President Joe Biden listens to prepared remarks during a meeting with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in the Oval Office of the White House. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Voters in seven key battleground states – Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – said the economy was better under the Trump administration than under the Biden administration by double digits at the national, state, and local levels. Ta. according to According to a Bloomberg News/Morning Consult poll released Thursday.

The survey found that 51% of voters in battleground states said their “personal financial situation” had improved under Trump, compared to 30% who said the same for Biden. Polls show Trump leading Biden by 2 to 9 points in each of the seven battleground states.

Trump's campaign touted his lead in numerous polls and the former president's advances in various voting blocs that typically support Democrats by wide margins.

“There are more than 100 polls showing President Trump with a landslide lead over Joe Biden, including Joe Biden leading in key battleground states and winning by double digits among independents. It includes recent polling,” Trump campaign national spokeswoman Caroline Leavitt told DCNF. statement. “Key Democratic constituencies such as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and women are supporting President Trump because they are tired of Crooked Joe's record high inflation, open borders, crime and chaos. Because of this, Joe Biden no longer has a base of support.”

Trump continues to win primaries against former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley and could win all 15 states that will hold nomination contests on Super Tuesday. Haley has only beaten Trump once, in the Washington D.C. primary on Sunday.

RealClearPolitics poll shows former president leading Biden by 2 points nationally averageleading in battleground states such as . arizona, georgia, nevada, wisconsin and michigan.

The Biden campaign did not immediately respond to DCNF's request for comment.

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