New York Times Poll Shows Trump Crushing Biden as People Lose Faith in His Leadership

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A recent poll conducted by The New York Times and Siena College revealed that President Biden is facing challenges within his own party and widespread discontent over the country’s current trajectory.

This has resulted in him falling behind Donald J. Trump as they prepare to enter the general-election phase.

With only eight months remaining until the November election, Mr. Biden has garnered 43 percent support, which falls short of Mr. Trump’s 48 percent in the national survey of registered voters.

Just 25% of voters believe the nation is heading in the right direction. There is a significant disparity in the number of voters who feel that Mr. Biden’s policies have negatively impacted them compared to those who believe his policies have been beneficial.

Most voters believe the economy is in a dire state. The percentage of voters who strongly disapprove of Mr. Biden’s job performance has now climbed to 47 percent, surpassing previous polls during his presidency.

The survey reveals a variety of red flags for the president regarding vulnerabilities within the Democratic coalition, particularly among women, Black, and Latino voters.

Up to this point, Mr. Trump has successfully brought his party together, even in the midst of a continuing primary competition.

Mr. Biden has moved through the early nominating states with little opposition.

However, the survey indicated that there is still significant disagreement among Democrats regarding the idea of Mr. Biden, the 81-year-old president, taking charge of the party once more.

There was a split among Democratic primary voters regarding Mr. Biden’s potential nomination in 2024, with stronger opposition coming from voters under 45 years old.

Donald Trump is currently receiving overwhelming support from those who voted for him in the previous election, with very few of his past supporters switching their vote to Joe Biden.

On the other hand, Mr. Biden is currently receiving the support of only 83 percent of his 2020 voters, while 10 percent have shifted their allegiance to Mr. Trump.

Just 23% of Democratic primary voters expressed enthusiasm for Mr. Biden, which is half the number of Republicans who felt the same way about Mr. Trump.

There was a notable difference in the levels of dissatisfaction or anger towards the party leader between Democrats and Republicans.

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