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Trump Leads Biden in Pennsylvania, Survey Finds

In a recent survey by the AARP, it was discovered that former President Donald Trump is leading President Biden in their native state of Pennsylvania. The poll showed Mr. Trump with a 49% to 45% advantage over Mr. Biden in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup. When including third-party contenders, Trump still leads with 46% compared to Biden’s 41%.

The findings also revealed that Trump’s support among Republicans is more consolidated than Biden’s among Democrats, and Trump also has a slight advantage with independent voters. This shift in support could be worrisome for Mr. Biden as he looks ahead to the next election.

While Mr. Biden often highlights his roots in working-class Scranton as a testament to his understanding of the challenges facing middle-class Americans, the survey results indicate a potential struggle for the President to maintain his support in his home state. His campaign efforts in Philadelphia, known for its strong labor union base, may not be enough to offset the shift in support.

This survey is not the only cause for concern for Mr. Biden. Another recent poll by Muhlenberg College showed him trailing Mr. Trump by a 44% to 41% margin in Pennsylvania. The poll also revealed that 33% of voters felt Mr. Biden deserved another four-year term, further indicating a dip in support for the President.

The survey data also reflected negative views of both Mr. Biden and Mr. Trump from nearly six in ten voters. This sentiment suggests a growing dissatisfaction with the current political landscape and an opportunity for potential challengers.

Overall, the recent survey results in Pennsylvania present a challenging outlook for President Biden’s reelection prospects. With declining support and negative perceptions from voters, the President may face an uphill battle as he seeks to retain the confidence of the people of his native state.

Written by Staff Reports

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