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Ten Percent Of 2020 Biden Voters Now Back Trump: POLL

A new poll finds that 10 percent of voters who supported President Joe Biden in 2020 support former President Donald Trump.

97 percent of voters who voted for Trump in 2020 still plan to vote for Trump, while Biden has attracted only 83 percent of previous voters. according to In a New York Times/Siena College poll. The poll shows Mr. Trump leading by 5 points overall, leading Mr. Biden 48% to 43%.

Only 36% of voters said they approve or strongly approve of the way Biden is conducting his job as president, and 43% of voters said they think Biden's policies have hurt him personally. (Related: There are some big warning signs for Biden after the latest primaries)

According to the NYT, Trump is winning voters from blocs that traditionally vote Democratic. According to the NYT, women were evenly split between Trump and Biden, while Trump led among Latinos.

The NYT/Siena College poll was conducted among 980 voters nationwide from February 25 to 28, 2024, and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points among registered voters.

Another recent Bloomberg News/Morning Consult poll found that a majority of voters in seven key battleground states blame Biden and Democrats for the border crisis.

Biden received just over 80% support in Tuesday's Michigan Democratic primary, but some analysts and consultants say this is a “warning” sign and that there is “no enthusiasm” for him among Democrats. This shows that there are not many

The NYT/Siena College poll found that about 23% of Democratic primary voters said they were enthusiastic about Biden, compared to 48% of Republicans who were enthusiastic about Trump being the nominee. I answered that I have one.

The Biden campaign did not respond to requests for comment.

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