Shocking Presidential Poll News

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – In a fresh national survey omitting previous adverse results that has shocked the political pundits, Joe Biden surprisingly overcame former President Donald Trump’s lead in popular sentiment despite the current abysmal economic perception across America.

In a hypothetical 2024 face-off the Quinnipiac University poll puts Biden’s favorability at 50% while Trump stands at 44%, which is a shift from their near-tie in December. The key to Biden’s lead is that he got the support of 58% of women, 52% of independent voters and 62% of college grads behind him.

Although Trump 53% of male voters stood behind his candidacy, he only got 40% among independents.

Even when third-party candidates are thrown in the mix Biden stays on top. A five-way race shows Biden at 39%, Trump at 37%, independent candidates Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at 14%, Cornel West at 3%, and Green Party’s Jill Stein at 2%.

Trump remains stronger with Hispanic voters, leading Biden 47% to 45% but Biden is way ahead with black voters whose support for Trump only got to 16%.

In another voting scenario, if Republican Nikki Haley were Biden’s opponent, she would d beat him by 5 points (47%-42%) in a two-way race. But if third-party candidates come into play, Biden leads with 36%, Haley gets 29%, RFK Jr. 21%, West 3%, and Stein 2%.

Among Republicans Trump is the clear favorite with 77% support, while only 21% back Haley. Over three-quarters of voters think Trump is the better leader and has better policy ideas compared to Haley.

On the Democratic side Biden got a solid 78% wanting him as the nominee, followed by Marianne Williamson (11%) and Rep. Dean Phillips (6%).

In terms of job approval Biden saw his at 41%, the highest since June last year. Still 55% of voters said they are not happy with his work. Most undecided voters dislike his handling of the economy (55%), foreign policy (58%), the southern border (65%) and the Israel-Hamas conflict (58%).

When it comes to the southern border issue, 61% of respondents think it is a “crisis.” This includes 81% of Republicans, 43% of Democrats and 60% of independents.

This survey was done over phone in late January It included 1,650 registered voters and the margin of error is 2.4%. It surveyed 696 Republican-leaning and 693 Democrat-leaning voters, each group with a 3.7% margin of error.