Trump beats Biden among YOUNG voters in new NBC poll - just three years after Dem president held 26 point lead over MAGA rival ahead of the 2020 electionhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12768879/Trump-leads-Biden-poll-young-voters.htmlDonald Trump is beating Joe Biden with voters under the age of 35, another disastrous poll for the president shows.The new survey, conducted by NBC News, shows Trump leading Biden by two points - 46 to 44 percent - overall.It is the latest in a series that have shown Trump pulling into the lead. He leads Biden among every age group except for senior citizens, who favor the current president.Biden had a four point lead in the same survey when it was conducted in July, while the pair were in a dead hit when NBC polled voters in September.But it is among voters ages 18 to 34 that are the biggest shock in this survey, as Trump leads Biden with that demographic 46 to 42. Biden won younger voters by about 26 points in 2020 over Trump, according to the New York Post.Part of the problem may be Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war - which has seen young people take increasingly radical anti-Israel stances - where 70 percent of 18-34 year olds disapprove of Biden's stance on the issue, versus 20 percent approval.Similar to the overall results, voters over 65 are the only group to majority approve Biden's handling of the conflict.Biden still leads Trump among black voters, women and whites with college degree, while Trump holds an advantage among white voters, men and rural voters. The survey - conducted between November 10 and November 14 - contained more good news for Trump, as he maintains a firm grip on the Republican Primary. Trump leads the Republican Primary - which is set to start with the Iowa Caucus in just eight weeks on January 15 - with a whopping 58 percent of the vote. He's also 13 percent of voters' second choice.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continues to play second banana at 18 percent, 40 points behind. However, he is the second choice of a plurality of GOP voters, with 36 percent preferring him to the rest of the non-Trump candidates.Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley finishes third at 13 percent, with businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and ex-New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tied at just three percent. But for the current president, it's just the latest poll showing his grip on the electorate slipping with less than a year until the election. Biden administration officials believe they have a good news story to tell on the economy after reducing inflation from post-pandemic highs of more than nine percent.The president himself has frequently leaned into 'Bidenomics' — his effort to reinvigorate the nation's industrial sector and create well-paying jobs.'When Donald Trump looks at America, he sees a failing nation,' Biden said during a campaign stop in Chicago on Thursday. 'When I look at America, I see the strongest economy in the world ... leading the world again, the ability to set the world standards.'A new monthly poll conducted for the Financial Times and the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business suggests most voters are closer to Trump than Biden in their analysis.Democratic strategists Global Strategy Group and Republican polling firm North Star Opinion Research surveyed 1,004 registered voters nationwide. Only 26 per cent said Biden's policies had helped.When asked what was causing them most financial stress, some 82 percent of those surveyed said price increases. 'Every group — Democrats, Republicans and independents — list rising prices as by far the biggest economic threat . . . and the biggest source of financial stress,' said Erik Gordon, a professor at Michigan's Ross School. 'That is bad news for Biden, and the more so considering how little he can do to reverse the perception of prices before election day.'
The Biden campaign has dismissed bleak polls as nothing but 'noise' and pointed to similar negative headlines a year before Barak Obama was reelected president in 2012.Last week Michael Tyler, Biden-Harris 2024 communications director, circulated a memo after Democrats had a strong set of election results, with the party taking control of both chambers of the Virginia General Assembly, holding the governor's mansion in Kentucky, and with voters in Ohio enshrining a right to abortion.'It will be a close election, but this is a president and a team that doesn't shy away from a fight,' he wrote. 'Joe Biden has been counted out time and time again and proved pollsters and pundits wrong. Now is the time to put our heads down, execute, and bring this thing home one year from now.'
Dems keep losing polls but keep winning when the actual votes come in. Why does anyone care about these shitty poles anymore ? Who makes them ?
I'm voting for this guy.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=is9vP1rae_E
>>1237973>Why does anyone care about these shitty poles anymoreLeave the 'Poles' out of this.Gops lose on a local and state level, because of abortion, Democrats lose or barely win on a national level because Joe is just too old.Now, if Gavin Newsom enters as Dem POTUS leader, he humiliates tRump. But no one wants to hurt ol' Gramp Biden's feelings, the lovable ol' codger.
>>1237967>Can Voter Fraud Outpace It?Oh, I dunno...:>'Red Wave' that wasn't a trickle>the absolute state of Republitards since then...you tell me.
>>1237976of course you are
>>1237973>Dems keep losing polls but keep winning when the actual votes come inOdd, innit?
>>1238123They're not losing polls
>>1238010Why would anyone vote for Gavin Newsom and his secret meetings with the Chinese?
>>1238160Because he is a better candidate than anyone the Republicans can put forward
>>1238160Fuck Gavin newsom
>>1238160he's the quintessential democrat. shamelessly sociopathic and ready to sell out america
>>1237967It's not Democrats. It's just Biden. Most Democrats want Biden to step down
>>1238212Trump hands typed this
>>1238212remind me which side is proud of passing citizens united
>>1238218it's a terrific post. one of the greatest posts ever posted on /news/. that's what people are saying.
>>1237967>Part of the problem may be Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war - which has seen young people take increasingly radical anti-Israel stances - where 70 percent of 18-34 year olds disapprove of Biden's stance on the issue, versus 20 percent approval.So zoomers aren't completely retarded?
>>1238226they were just children. give them a few years
>>1238010>Gops lose on a local and state level, because of abortion,True, because even the most devout Republican lives in fear of their 16 year old daughter telling them she's pregnant with Jamal's baby.>Now, if Gavin Newsom enters as Dem POTUS leader, he humiliates tRump.Newsom's California is a dystopian clusterfuck, if he were get elected President, the entire nation would have deranged tranny methheads shitting on their lawns just like California.
>>1237973Not exactly. It’s macro vs micro. Essentially, you’re seeing massive and real support for Trump on the obvious things like economy, foreign policy, the border, Fed Gov corruption (they rightfully see the Trump indictments as purely political), and age/competence. The only thing they’re not getting out of Trump is abortion which is why on a micro-level they’ll still stick to partisan Democrat ways to get that at the local level. But even that has its limits - the recent elections were a mixed bag. Republicans lost in some places purely because of the abortion I was talking about but they also took massive wins in places like New York, where Democrat held areas for 20 years lost to a Republican by double digits (+15) because of the invasion immigration of illegal criminals. It’s a mixed bag locally (micro). Nationally (macro); Trump is going to stomp Biden’s head in and usher in Project2025 to smash deepstate fascism. It’s going to be great.
>>1238010>Now, if Gavin Newsom enters as Dem POTUS leader, he humiliates tRump.Nope. Even a Californians hate Newsome. He also just destroyed any chance he had with the sound bite of “it’s true we only cleaned the city up for our overlord Xi’s visit and when he’s gone you’ll go back to being ankle deep in human shit/used needles but not my problem”. He will fair better than Biden but he’s not beating Trump.
>>1238230>he will fair better
I smell Ivan ITT
The worst part is Joe Biden is unironically pretending to be retarded and both the dem and repub voter base is falling for it, they are literally convinced he's a demented old puppet while the actual people do all the work and he's the fall guy (the truth is the "actual people" are literally the same people as Biden who absolutely not socialist by any means except spending tax dollars on things people don't actually need, cure-alls certainly off the table).
>>1238233Sounds like one of the ESL Mexicans you voted to flood California with is revolting against Democrats to me.Dang that sucks.
>>1238289They'll just crank out two more fake mail-in ballots for every Mexican that doesn't vote for them.
>>1238289>>1238290you need to take a deep breath
>>1237967Genuine question - does anyone find it a little strange how quickly conservatives have now pivoted to pretending to care about polls? Wasn't it literally the last election cycle where they were calling every poll that didn't favor them deepstate jewish fake news? What do you think changed?
>>1238298nothing, they have no good faith and they haven't for a while
>>1238125I know lol I was joking about people making these weird shitty poles and being like “ see guys trump is winning “ only for trump to be winning in one out of ten poles
>>1238123>>1237973>Polls are somehow relevant now that they look good for TrumpKek, I thought they were “fake news.”
>>1238298they have the perfect rebuttalrefusal to acknowledge
>>1238298literally no one ever said this. but thank you for coping.
>>1237973Hillary was “99% going to be the next president”
>>1238403Donald Trump called all negative polls fake news like the retard he is (and you) are.https://x.com/realdonaldtrump/status/828574430800539648?s=46&t=9KFa3o-wN5BTSbghvTT7VA
>>1238229Trump: commits crimes his entire life.Conservatives: these crimes are okay because the rich man panders to me!!!Trump would step on your face if you were in his way dying in the street, but keep licking his ass, I’m sure the rich will take care of you after you give them everything.
>>1238482Biden is not a better alternative.
>>1238582If Trump gets elected there will not be another election.That alone makes Biden the better choice.
>>1238586>If Trump gets elected there will not be another election.Why?
>>12385823 years into his term and he has yet to instruct his supporters to attack the capitol buildingHe also hasn’t publicly stated he trusts Putin over the US intelligence appratus Seems like an objective upgrade so far tbh
>>1238603Nah, not really. Economy is in the shitter. I'll take the mean tweets guy.
>>1238596Sorry, I meant there won't be another Democrat win via election fraud.
The "progressive" left needs to be removed from power by any means possible....All this gender obsessed, white hating, tranny hugging, negro coddling crap is destroying this country.
>>1238646>This countryYou don't live in this country
>>1238646>All this gender obsessedVirtually all discussion I see of gender is of right wingers bitching.Seek help.
>>1237967democrats have been openly promoting anti white racial dehumanization propaganda for the past decade. hatred of white people is the fulcrum of their entire demographic change political stratagemask yourself. what do trannies and muslims have in common? hatred of white people and the western world
>>1238672>Seek helpyou guys are finished in the west