Former President Donald Trump recently took to his Truth Social account and posted the following:
“Sloppy Chris & “Aida” got booed off the stage yesterday at the big, and very successful, Republican Party event in Florida. I didn’t even know that Aida was still in the race. He’s polling at ZERO, and Sloppy is not much better, at 2%. Why are they, and others, wasting time and money, and hurting the Republican Party. The enemy is Crooked Joe Biden, not me!”
Sloppy Chris & “Aida” got booed off the stage yesterday at the big, and very successful, Republican Party event in Florida. I didn’t even know that Aida was still in the race. He’s polling at ZERO, and Sloppy is not much better, at 2%. Why are they, and others, wasting time and…
— Donald J. Trump Posts From His Truth Social (@TrumpDailyPosts) November 5, 2023
Former President Donald Trump is seemingly leading President Joe Biden in as many as five key states, it has been revealed by a new poll from The New York Times and Siena College.
Trump has 52% support to Biden’s 41% in Nevada. In Georgia too, Trump boasts 49% support to Biden’s 43%. Trump leads in Arizona with 49% to Biden’s 44%. In Michigan, Trump has 48% support while Biden has 43% – the former president holding a five-point lead. Trump is at 48% to Biden’s 44% in Pennsylvania. Only in Wisconsin, Biden takes 47% to Trump’s 45%.
The polls were conducted by telephone from October 22 to November 3. Each poll reportedly has a margin of sampling error between 4.4 and 4.8 points. The head-to-head matchup is theoretical and primary voting will begin only next year.
Downplaying the polling, Biden campaign spokesman Kevin Munoz told CNN, “Predictions more than a year out tend to look a little different a year later.”
“Coming off those historic (2022) midterms, President Biden’s campaign is hard at work reaching and mobilizing our diverse, winning coalition of voters one year out on the choice between our winning, popular agenda and MAGA Republicans’ unpopular extremism. We’ll win in 2024 by putting our heads down and doing the work, not by fretting about a poll,” Munoz added.