Donald Trump Leads Joe Biden in Five Key Swing States, According to Poll

According to a New York Times and Siena College poll, Donald Trump is ahead of President Joe Biden in five crucial swing states a year before the 2024 elections.

The former president led among incumbent presidents in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania.

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Donald Trump Trump led by 10 points in Nevada, six in Georgia, five in Arizona and Michigan, and four in Pennsylvania, while Biden had a two-point advantage in Wisconsin.

Combining data from all six states shows Trump leading Biden by an average of 48-44%.

If the election results next November were the same, Trump would secure over 300 Electoral College votes, exceeding the 270 needed to return to the White House.

The six states surveyed were pivotal in the recent presidential election.

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According to the poll, both Biden and Trump are unpopular. However, voters, the vast majority of whom said the nation is on the wrong track, are taking out their frustration on the president.

Approximately 71% of those polled said that Biden, who turns 81 this month, is "too old" to be an effective president. Meanwhile, 39% of voters said the same about 77-year-old Trump.

The New York Times and Siena College surveyed 3,662 registered voters from October 22 to November 3.