Donald Trump is winning against Joe Biden in US Presidential Election 2024? Here’s what latest survey claims

Donald Trump is winning against Joe Biden in US Presidential Election 2024? Here’s what latest survey claims

Donald Trump has moved ahead of incumbent President Joe Biden in the US Presidential Election 2024 race, as per a USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll. This is a significant jump from neck to neck 37 per cent to 37 per cent ratings recorded survey in the month of May.

Trump is leading over Biden by 41 per cent to 38 per cent. The jump in favour of Trump has been witnessed following the first presidential debate, USA Today report says.

However, USA Today report noted that the survey results are yet to offer clear-cut advantage to Trump, instead the race is still a tight one.

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The survey has projected independent nominee Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at 8 per cent and others have received a mere one per cent.

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The meeting, which will be held at the White House but may be largely virtual with governors attending remotely, will give the president a chance to reassure leaders in his party that he is of sound mind and body despite the debate, which prompted some to call for him to step aside as the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee.

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Two main political parties in the US are Democratic Party and Republican Party.

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Donald Trump is leading over Joe Biden by 41 per cent to 38 per cent, as per a USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll.

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