POLL: Trump leads Biden in latest numbers out from Harvard/Harris

59 percent of voters thought a possible indictment of Trump's is politically motivated.

Joshua Young North Carolina

Former President Donald Trump leads Joe Biden by 4 points, Kamala Harris by a whopping 10, in the latest poll out from Harvard/Harris, which also shows the former president leading the pack of potential GOP nominees.

"Trump wins a hypothetical horserace against Biden by +4 points and against Harris by +10 points," according to the new Harvard/Harris poll.

"Trump has increased his standing as favorite in a prospective GOP primary; DeSantis is second favorite and gaining ground if Trump does not Run," according to the poll.

50 percent of voters said Trump would beat Desantis if the GOP primary were held today. DeSantis did beat both Biden and Harris by 3 and 8 points respectively.

60 percent of those polled said Biden should not run for a second term and 55 percent said Trump should not run. Biden's approval rating according to the poll was 43 percent.

56 percent of voters said they had doubts about Biden's fitness for president due and 65 percent said he was too old.

Price increases, inflation, the economy, jobs, and immigration were all the top issues voters care about according to the poll. Only 4 in 10 say the US economy  "is strong."

"Voters are split" on whether Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg has a strong case against Trump and 47 percent said the case was strong and 53 percent said Bragg was "stretching a weak case."

59 percent of voters thought a possible indictment of Trump's is politically motivated

75 percent of voters believed China to be an enemy of the US and 55 percent said Biden's foreign policy towards China was too weak.

45 percent of voters supported the US government banning TikTok entirely and 34 percent said they believe TikTok should only be allowed in the US but if it undergoes regular security checks.

73 percent of voters thought China steals data from the US government and consumers.

Concerning the recent rail derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, a "plurality of voters" thought the US government was not doing enough to regulate the transit of toxic chemicals.

The survey was conducted among 2,905 registered voters between March 22 and 23.


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