Trump Surges Ahead of Biden in Five Crucial Swing States, Reveals New Poll


In a significant political development, former President Trump has taken the lead over Joe Biden in five pivotal swing states.

The latest Morning Consult/Bloomberg surveys indicate that Trump is ahead of Biden among registered voters in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and North Carolina. Interestingly, four of these states – Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – were won by Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

North Carolina, which favored Trump in both the 2016 and 2020 elections, continues to show support for the former president. However, Biden maintains a slight lead in Nevada, a state he secured in the 2020 race.

In Michigan, another crucial state, both contenders are currently tied, with 44 percent of the vote each and 8 percent of the electorate undecided.

The poll results reveal a tight race, with the differences in polling numbers falling within the margin of error in all seven states.

This suggests the political landscape remains highly competitive and fluid. However, it’s worth noting that a majority of swing-state voters believe the national economy fared better during Trump’s tenure.

According to the survey, 51 percent of swing-state voters felt the economy was stronger under Trump, while only 26 percent believe Biden’s economic policies have been beneficial.

Among those who consider the economy their top concern, a mere 14 percent believe Biden’s economic approach is working, compared to 65 percent who disagree.

On key issues such as immigration, the economy, crime, U.S.-China relations, guns, the Russia-Ukraine war, tech regulation, and infrastructure, Trump holds a dominant position. Despite Biden’s infrastructure bill being one of his signature legislative achievements, Trump still enjoys a four-point edge on this issue.

Biden’s strongest areas include climate change, abortion, healthcare, democracy, Social Security, and Medicare.

He also holds a slight advantage over Trump on education and schools, despite the Republicans’ recent political gains on issues like critical race theory and parental control over K-12 curriculum.

While these poll results are certainly not definitive, they do indicate a shift in public sentiment. The Biden campaign downplayed the significance of these findings, arguing that predictions more than a year out often change.

However, the fact remains these numbers reflect current voter sentiment in key swing states, which could have significant implications for the 2024 presidential race.

While it’s still early days, these poll results suggest Trump’s policies and leadership continue to resonate with a significant portion of the electorate. As we move closer to the 2024 election, it will be interesting to see how these dynamics evolve and shape the political landscape.