Poll: Trump Leads Biden in States Lost to 2020 Election Former President Donald Trump addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference, CPAC, in 2021. (Joe Raedle /Getty Images)
By Nick Koutsobinas | Tuesday, 23 November 2021 07:52 PM
Politico states that of likely voters in 2024, "the former president led Biden in Arizona by 8 percentage points, Georgia by 3 points, Michigan by 12 points, Pennsylvania by 6 points and Wisconsin by 10 points." The poll mentions that 600 likely voters were surveyed in each state.
The poll highlights that if Trump were to run again, the 73 electoral votes from those states would put him back in the White House, which would make him only the second president in history to regain his position after losing an election.
Breitbart's John Nolte, who commented on the poll, says, "one thing Trump should look at, and look at very closely, is how he is doing so much better on the issues that matter to voters than he is in winning their support. If you're up double digits over your opponent on the economy in, say, Georgia, but only ahead by three points, you have to ask yourself why."
Nolte adds, "and this is where Trump's weaknesses come to the fore, his sometimes off-putting personality. Through much of his presidency, he was, without question, victim to a corrupt media funded with billions and billions of corporate dollars used to manufacture lies, turmoil, and tension. But all too often, he contributed to this, made it worse, and wore out his welcome with a public exhausted by the unceasing drama and un-presidential ugliness."
Nolte highlights that Trump's success is mainly dependent on his self-analysis and whether he decides to put forth his best characteristics which would lead him to the presidency or risk letting the "petty, self-involved" parts himself lose it.
The poll, conducted by Fabrizio, Lee & Associates, surveyed 600 likely 2024 voters each in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin from Nov. 11 to 16. It had a 95% confidence level and maintained a margin of error of ±4.00 percentage points.