Trouble for Biden – SHOCK Poll Findings!

(DailyEmailNews.com) – Less than five months away from the presidential election, Joe Biden is finding himself in deep waters after a shocking poll revealed a core Democratic demographic is dismissing him in droves.

According to a USA TODAY/Suffolk University survey, Biden is seeing a significant drop in support among black voters in the key swing states of Michigan and Pennsylvania.

In these states, his backing has fallen by at least 20% compared to the 2020 election, which suggests that black voters, a key demographic for Biden, might be rеconsidering their support.

In 2020, “Biden received 92% of the Black vote in each state, making his decline now even more precipitous,” a report reveals. Now, his support has declined to 56% in Michigan and 54% in Pennsylvania.

The primary concerns among black voters include Biden’s performance in office, his age and mental fitness and his foreign policy decisions, particularly his support for Israel amid its ongoing war with the terrorist group Hamas.

Although Biden still holds a majority support in Michigan (61%) and Pennsylvania (59%), these numbers are “an anemic showing” given this demographic’s historical voting patterns in these states.

Conversely, former President Donald Trump has seen an increasе in support among black voters in these states, though he remains a less popular choice overall.

In Michigan, his support among black voters has risen from 9% in 2020 to 15%, and in Pennsylvania, from 8% to 11%.

Suffolk University’s Political Research Center Director David Paleologos said these changes toward Trump favor him in the long run, as Biden would have to win 13 black votes for each one he loses to Trump in ordеr to maintain support.

This shift could potentially impact the outcomes in these battleground states, where even small changes in voter preference can determine the winner.

The survey sampled 500 black voters in each state from June 9 to 13, 2024, with a margin of error of ± 4.4 percentagе points.

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