In the latest round of polling that previews the 2024 Presidential Election, the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, is leading his Democratic counterpart, Joe Biden, in several critical battleground states. This information provides a glimpse into what could potentially be the most likely match-up in the upcoming election.
The polling, conducted by Prime Group between June 14th and 28th of this year, indicates that Trump currently holds the lead over Biden in the states of Arizona, Georgia, and North Carolina. In addition, the two candidates are tied at 50% each in the key states of Michigan and Pennsylvania. However, Biden manages to maintain a 2-point lead in the state of Nevada, further emphasizing the significance of these battleground states.
While these numbers appear to largely favor Trump, the situation improves even further for the GOP’s presumptive nominee when a hypothetical third-party “moderate” candidate is added to the mix. This scenario indicates a significant weakness for Biden and the Democratic Party among traditionally Democratic voters who have grown weary of the far-left direction the party has taken both itself and the nation.
The results of the three-way poll reveal that Trump enjoys a substantial lead over Biden when the third-party “moderate” candidate is considered. In Arizona, for instance, Trump boasts a 10-point lead over Biden, while in Georgia, the lead is 9 points. Similarly, in North Carolina, Trump leads by 8 points, and in Pennsylvania, the lead narrows to 5 points. In the midwestern “blue wall” states, a term used to describe states typically won by Democrats, Trump leads Biden by 3 points in both Wisconsin and Michigan. In Nevada, the two candidates are tied.
The three-way polling was conducted on behalf of No Labels, a non-partisan group that is exploring the possibility of launching a third-party “moderate” presidential campaign in 2024. No Labels aims to bridge the growing divide between the two major parties and attract voters who are dissatisfied with the extreme positions taken by both Republicans and Democrats.
Among the potential candidates being considered for a No Labels presidential campaign is West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. Despite being a Democrat and occasionally at odds with his party, Manchin has voted in favor of President Biden’s agenda on critical issues and is a vocal supporter of American involvement in Ukraine. While he has not made any official announcements regarding his plans for 2024, Manchin has recently visited Iowa and is scheduled to make an appearance at a No Labels event in New Hampshire in the coming days.
These polling results highlight the current state of the potential match-up between Donald J. Trump and Joe Biden in the 2024 Presidential Election. However, it is important to remember that these numbers are subject to change as the political landscape evolves and new candidates enter the race. As such, it will be intriguing to see how the dynamics play out and whether any unexpected developments will impact the outcome.