A new poll released on Tuesday revealed that 2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is leading in all six swing states less than a year out from the election.
The poll, conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies in partnership with the Telegraph, found that Trump was leading over Biden 40 to 33 percent in Arizona, 44 to 34 percent in Florida, 45 to 35 percent in Georgia, 39 to 38 percent in Michigan, 44 to 35 percent in North Carolina, and 44 to 37 percent in Pennsylvania.
The poll, which also included RFK Jr. and options for other party candidates, found that between 9 and 14 percent of voters were still unsure, depending on the state.
The poll also found that the inclusion of Kennedy as an independent candidate was doing more damage to Joe Biden’s numbers than Trump’s, with more Biden 2020 voters saying that they would vote for Kennedy in the six swing states.
The poll was conducted between November 27 and 29 of 6,184 swing state voters. The margin of error varies between 2.70 percent among Arizona respondents up to 3.56 percent among North Carolina respondents.
Voters overwhelmingly said the economy was the most important issue in determining how they would vote in the 2024 election, with 37 percent of Arizona voters, 37 percent of Florida voters, 40 percent of Georgia voters, 41 percent of Michigan voters, 50 percent of North Carolina voters, and 40 percent of Pennsylvania voters responding as such.
Abortion came in a distant second, with 12 percent of Arizona voters, 11 percent of Florida voters, 12 percent of Georgia voters, 12 percent of Michigan voters, 9 percent of North Carolina voters, and 15 percent of Pennsylvania voters responding as such.
In regards to voters’ concerns about the economy, those in swing states believe Trump is the better candidate to get the economy back on track, with Arizona voters preferring Trump to Biden 51 to 33 percent, Florida voters preferring the 2024 GOP frontrunner 46 to 39 percent, Georgia voters preferring Trump 50 to 34 percent, Michigan voters preferring Trump 50 to 34 percent, North Carolina voters preferring Trump over the incumbent 55 to 32 percent, and Pennsylvania voters preferring Trump over Biden 53 to 34 percent.
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