Threat To Democracy? Independents Say This Guy Is #1

The most recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey indicates that independent voters do not believe the establishment media’s assertion that former President Donald Trump poses a bigger threat to democracy than President Joe Biden.

According to the research, most independent voters think Biden poses a worse threat to democracy than Trump does.

  • Biden: 53%
  • Trump: 42%

With a 3.6 point margin of error, the survey, which took place between April 22 and 24, sampled 1,199 Americans. 

Regarding the survey, MSNBC pundit Susan Del Percio remarked, “I find that disturbing.” “I don’t understand that figure at all.” If only I could. I wish I had a more profound understanding of it.”

The survey is the most recent illustration of Trump’s rising popularity among Biden’s target audience.

In a May ABC News/Ipsos survey, suburban women shifted from being a crucial group that had supported Biden to supporting Trump, becoming a dead heat with Biden.

A Wall Street Journal survey from April 2023 revealed a 13-point difference between the popularity of Biden and Trump among white suburban women, of whom 54% favored the former and 41% the latter.

Recently released polls from Gallup and Siena College showed that Democratic gains among certain voting groupings had declined to their lowest level in sixty years.

According to an April Journal survey, 11% of black women and 30% of black males want to vote for Trump in 2024.

Based on election data, only 12 percent of black males supported Trump in 2020. For black guys, there is no polling that is suitable for 2020. Five points fewer than the Journal’s 2024 polling, 6% of black women stated they would vote for Trump in 2020, according to an Associated Press survey.

According to a recent USA Today/Suffolk University survey, Trump leads Biden by five points (39–34 percent) among Hispanic voters, an increase of 33 points (32–65 percent) since 2020.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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