David Axelrod Predicts Biden’s 2024 Exit as Poll Reveals Trump’s Lead in 5 Crucial Swing States

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A recent poll indicates that President Joe Biden is trailing Donald Trump in crucial swing states as he prepares for the 2024 elections, leading some Democrats to suggest he should withdraw from the contest.

New York Times & Siena College polling from Sunday revealed that Trump was ahead of Biden in five of the six battleground states: Pennsylvania,Arizona, Michigan, Georgia, and Nevada.

The poll indicates that Biden is ahead by 2 percentage points in Wisconsin, the only battleground state. The latest polling data confirms the wishes of a number of Democrats who want Biden to withdraw from the race due to factors like age.

In the lead-up to the election, age has been a hot topic of conversation. Some have criticized Biden for his past verbal blunders, while others have brought up the former Republican president’s mistakes.

Between October 22 and November 3, 3,662 registered voters in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin participated in the poll. 

Every state has a margin of error ranging from 4.4 to 4.8 percentage points. 

Based on the poll, among voters who are registered, Biden leads Trump in five states by margins ranging from four to ten percentage points. 

The only state where Biden trails Trump is Wisconsin, where he leads by two points.

During their 2020 presidential contest, the Democrat defeated then-President Donald Trump in four states: Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania.

Biden Faces Criticism Over His Age

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A recent poll indicates that President Joe Biden is trailing Donald Trump in crucial swing states as he prepares for the 2024 elections, leading some Democrats to suggest he should withdraw from the contest.

In the lead-up to the election, age has been a hot topic of conversation. Some have criticized Biden for his past verbal blunders, while others have brought up the former Republican president’s mistakes.

After reading the polling on X, formerly Twitter, political strategist David Axelrod—who advised President Barack Obama during his 2008 and 2012 campaigns—reacted, saying it would cause “legitimate concern.”

According to the same poll, two thirds of voters believe that under Biden, the nation is headed in the wrong way.

One of the biggest issue gaps, according to the poll, is that only 37% of respondents say they trust Biden with the economy, compared to 59% who say they trust Trump. 

Even Biden’s boasts about “Bidenomics” have been proven false; only 2% of respondents said the economy was “excellent” during his administration.  

The numbers show that voters under thirty are only favoring Biden by a single percentage point, and that men are preferring Trump by twice as much as women are.

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